WeatherBuild®, Decision Support Solutions for the Construction Industry and Built Environment®, is proud to announce that WeatherBuild CEO Adam Omansky is nominated as an American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) WINDPOWER Emerging Leader — the future of wind energy’s success and the next phase of wind energy.
Weather is one of the top three reasons for missed milestones in the construction industry and built environment, with negative impacts costing billions of dollars. WeatherBuild offers a suite of decision support solutions that empower contractors, owners and operators to improve situational awareness and make better-informed decisions about weather events, schedule impacts, safety risks and probable outcomes.
About the American Wind Energy Association Emerging Leaders Program: “The future of wind energy’s success will be in the hands of today’s rising leaders. The Emerging Leaders Program helps you keep an eye on the next phase of wind energy by encouraging the growth and development of wind energy’s up and coming stars.”
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2019 conference and exhibition is at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, from May 20 to May 23, 2019. WINDPOWER 2018 featured 7,600 attendees and 450 exhibiting and meeting room companies, representing 50 different countries.
Sponsored by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
“The program offers several opportunities for networking and general discussion outside of those already offered at the show and these opportunities are priceless for an individual who has never been to WINDPOWER or is new to the industry.”
— Kyle Smith, previous Emerging Leader participant
“We are proud to sponsor the AWEA Emerging Leaders Program, demonstrating our passion not only for the future of the wind industry in America, but also for the exciting future for our dedicated employees. The EL Program provides Emerging Leaders immense opportunities for networking among industry peers, a heightened awareness of advances in technology and the realization of their personal contributions to the industry.”
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Powering the Future. Together.
2018 has been a historic year as wind power surpassed 90,000 MW installed and the AWEA WINDPOWER Conference grew 10% making it the largest show in 5 years. The wind industry’s powerful growth is poised to continue in 2019, with more than 37,700 MW of wind capacity under construction or in advanced development.
The wind industry was founded by visionaries and continues to embody an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit. And the industry has always recognized the value of working together with partners that help drive our agenda forward.
As we move toward the 2020s, wind energy will continue to thrive through collaboration with technology, other sources of clean and traditional energy, policy makers, innovators, farmers and ranchers, rural communities, big cities, and the list goes on.
Wind + our growing list of partners and allies = a bright future!
In May 2019, that future begins in Houston, the energy capital of world, where leaders from the wind industry and across energy sectors will gather at AWEA WINDPOWER 2019. In Houston, we will take the next steps forward to powering that future, together!
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