Large-scale community-based wind power generation company National Wind has opened up a new office at the company’s corporate center in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
And according to this company press release, National Wind is adding four new staff members to help the “company meet its rising external customer demand for wind services”
Fred Romuld and Debbie Jacklitch-Kuiken, join the Grand Forks location.
Debbie Jacklitch-Kuiken is a graduate meteorologist and mechanical engineer and will serve as a senior wind analyst. She has conducted wind resource assessments on over 100 projects and has taught six courses on wind assessment.
Fred Romuld is a graduate mechanical engineer with an extensive construction background. Romuld has analyzed wind data and supervised the erection of meteorological towers in seven states and Canada. Two additional employees were added to National Wind Assessment’s Minneapolis location, Ryan Jakubov, a graduate meteorologist and wind analyst and Ben Ransom, a renewable energy business analyst.
“With the addition of Debbie, Fred, Ryan, and Ben, we are one of the larger wind assessment firms in the region and provide services for met tower installation and wind resource assessments,” says Kevin Romuld, President of National Wind Assessments. “Our wind assessment business is growing rapidly and with a new office and experienced staff, we have the resources necessary to properly service our clients.”
The company helps consult on a variety of wind energy projects across the country, concentrating efforts in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, Kansas, and Wyoming.