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Consulting Advisor of the first Board of Directors of the Latin American Wind Energy Association

04-30-2008 08:39 AM CET | Energy & Environment

Press release from: German ProfEC GmbH

Wilhelmshaven 21.04.2008: Andreas Jansen, Managing Director of German ProfEC GmbH, fills the function as Consulting Advisor of the first Board of Directors of the Latin American Wind Energy Association (LAWEA). On his way of supporting wind energy development in Latin America and the Caribbean, Mr. Andreas Jansen got part of the first Board of Directors at LAWEA. Within this new task Mr. Andreas Jansen will be responsible for questions around wind energy consultancy and wind farm planning issues towards LAWEA members and other stakeholders. Moreover he provides support to develop strategies and activities for a better regulatory framework on wind energy in Latin America. "I feel much honored that this function has been dedicated to me and that I can support the important work of LAWEA professional skills. My new tasks and responsibilities at LAWEA perfectly fit to the mission statement of my personal work on wind energy: Bridging the gap of knowledge, knowhow and market access in the field of wind energy in Latin America and the Caribbean. LAWEA is an ambitious and inevitable organization to increase the quality and success of wind energy development in Latin America and the Caribbean".

For further information or questions, please contact
Veronika Hackl
German ProfEC GmbH
Oldeoogestr. 2
D-26382 Wilhelmshaven
info@german-profec.com
Tel.: +49–4421-20 90 89
Or visit our home page: www.german-profec.com

About LAWEA:
The Wind Energy Association Latin America, LAWEA, promotes the use of Wind Energy as a clean electricity source to be supplied to Latin America countries. (http://www.lawea.org/) Give a new breathe to Latin America energy generation, empowering a clean, renewable, stable and unlimited source of energy. The mission of LAWEA is to promote the usage of wind energy in Latin America through education, popularization, advocacy and networking initiatives. Lead by the vision, LAWEA has the objectives to promote a clean, unlimited and renewable energy, to improve the quality of life in Latin America and worldwide, to influence and advise national governments and international companies to create a favorable and attractive market that allows the wind energy deployment in Latin America, to act as a strong block to increase the role of Latin America in the wind sector worldwide, to become a communication platform in the Latin America wind energy sector and to promote the growth of wind energy technology in Latin American companies and research centers.
About German ProfEC:
German ProfEC GmbH (www.german-profec.com) advices and looks after companies in the area of sustainable energy sources and sustainability. The core competences are the optimal employment of wind energy, biomass energy and CDM as well as the mediator functions between project management units, development organizations, investors, consultants and manufacturers.

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