André De Rosa is the new General Manager of PNE WIND USA
"We thank Kelly Lloyd for the development work he has carried out in the rather complex wind energy market in the USA" said Martin Billhardt, Chairman of the Board of PNE WIND AG. During this time the development of several wind farm projects in the USA has been driven forward.
The new General Manager, André De Rosa, has been working for PNE WIND USA since 2010. He will contribute many years of experience in both power marketing as well as project management. In addition, he has sound knowledge of sales and the real estate sector gained in previous positions. He has studied financial management in the USA.
PNE WIND USA develops wind farm projects, particularly in the Midwest of the USA and has focused on medium sized wind farms. Kelly Lloyd has carried out significant development work in establishing the internal organisation, the project portfolio and a comprehensive network of contacts to companies and authorities active in the wind energy sector.
Currently, PNE WIND USA is developing wind farm projects, in which up to approx. 1,800 MW of nominal output can be constructed.
PNE WIND AG
PNE WIND AG, which is headquartered in Cuxhaven, plans and implements wind farm projects on land (onshore) and at high sea (offshore). Core competencies are in the development, planning, implementation and financing of wind farms, as well as their operation and sales with associated service. So far, the company has installed 97 wind farms with 563 wind power plants and a total capacity of 804 MW.
Besides business activities in the established German domestic market, PNE WIND AG is increasingly expanding into dynamic growth markets and is already represented through joint ventures and subsidiaries in Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA and Canada. In these countries, wind farm projects with a capacity of up to 3,725 MW are currently being implemented for the medium term. In Germany (onshore) wind farm projects with a nominal capacity of more than 1,100 MW are currently in progress.
Furthermore, PNE Wind AG develops offshore wind farm projects, of which four major projects in German waters have already been approved. Entry into promising foreign markets will also be examined for the offshore area.