- Endurance VP to chair steering group of UK’s leading energy trade association
- Mr. Pingree will advise on strategic evolvement of distributed wind in the UK
London – RenewableUK, the UK’s leading not for profit renewable energy trade association has appointed Brett Pingree, VP Commercial at Endurance to chair their Small and Medium Wind Strategy Group. The Small and Medium Wind Strategy Group brings together key representatives from RenewableUK membership who are experts in the sub-500kW wind energy field. The role of the group is to discuss policy and technical issues guiding many of RenewableUK’s activities and response to industry developments.
In his new role as Chair, Brett will be responsible for leading the group in identifying and addressing the key issues of concern and opportunity in the sector, whilst ensuring that all relevant matters are discussed and prioritised, resulting in effective decisions and agreed actions.
Endurance Wind Power is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of farm scale wind turbines, with almost 600 turbines installed on farms across the UK. The company opened its first UK manufacturing facility in March 2014 with support from the industry, including RenewableUK.
Endurance VP Commercial, Brett Pingree said:“I’m pleased to be appointed as Chair of RenewableUK’s Small and Medium Wind Strategy Group. Endurance has worked with and been a member of RenewableUK since 2009, the work of this association is critical to the small and medium wind industry in the UK. I look forward to sitting on the committee to provide advice and expertise as it pertains to small and medium wind manufacturing. By collectively working with the industry, we are empowering the voice for distributed wind here in the UK.”
Louisa Coursey, Small and Medium Wind Manager at RenewableUK, welcomed Brett’s introduction to the RenewableUK Small and Medium Wind Strategy Group saying: “I’m delighted to welcome Brett as the new Chair of the Small and Medium Wind Strategy Group. I’ve no doubt that his experience of the global wind market will be a great asset to the group, helping us to advance and invigorate small and medium wind development in the UK.”