Natural Power boosts technical team

Natural Power, a renewable energy consultancy, has hired Leanne Ramage as Head of Projects in the technical department, and appointed Selena Farris as a Senior Technical Manager.

Both roles will be based at the company’s Ochil House office in Stirling, Scotland, and will support the company’s Director of Technical, Lauren Wheatley.

Ramage, who joins from DNV-GL, where she most recently headed up the UK and Irish Energy and Development Services, will be responsible for the management and commercial delivery of the technical department, while Farris will be focused on developing key procedures and methods, Natural Power’s press release reads.

Lauren Wheatley, Director of Technical, said: “Leanne and Selena are both very welcome additions to the team to help us in the delivery of our global, market-leading support for our clients. We offer a responsive, forward-thinking service to clients and adding the best talent and skills to our team will ensure we continue to innovate our offering.”

Natural Power is an independent renewable energy consultancy and products provider that offers proactive and integrated consultancy, management and due diligence services across the onshore wind, offshore wind, wave, tidal, biomass, photo voltaic and hydro sectors.

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