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Call for photos: Your company could appear in AWEA’s 2013 Calendar

Call for photos: Your company could appear in AWEA’s 2013 Calendar

Every year AWEA highlights the Power of Wind by showcasing the industry in its ever-popular annual wall calendar. Given the striking beauty of American wind power projects, which are set against an array of landscape backdrops around the country, the full-page monthly images are typically of wind farms, so please send us your best project shots. But the wind power industry, of course, is much more than projects, so all members of the supply chain and industry are encouraged to send in their favorite professional-quality images of factory settings, wind power workers, and anything industry-related. Many such shots made it into this year’s calendar, so please submit your favorite industry shots that show wind power at work for America—generating clean energy, jobs, and economic development!

Deadline: Oct. 12. Send your submissions to Carl Levesque at clevesque@awea.org

Note: Unlike the Web, print publications require high-resolution shots that are large electronic files.  Specifications call for high-resolution photos, 300dpi, at full size: 11.25" wide x 8.625" high or larger, or 25MB uncompressed. (Note that smaller, non-project photos that will not be full-page shots may not need to meet those specs.)

 

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Pete is president and chief executive officer of Broadwind Energy. He is leading Broadwind’s transformation into a more diversified supplier of components to the growing energy and industrial markets centered around the Company’s core capabilities in precision gearing, industrial weldments and in-field services. Prior to joining Broadwind in late 2010, Pete served as president and chief executive officer at Acciona Energy North America. He led the start-up of Acciona Energy’s dramatic growth in wind energy as a developer, operator and manufacturer of wind turbines and the installation of one of the first solar thermal plants in the U.S. in 16 years. Prior to Acciona, Pete served as general manager of marketing for GE Wind Energy, where he led marketing and new product development. Before joining GE Wind, he led GE Energy’s business development efforts in renewable energy, which included the acquisition of Enron Wind. His early career included diverse roles in business development, quality and financial management positions at GE Capital, Eastman Kodak, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Fitlinxx. Pete holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York.

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