Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:44 am Post subject: Maureen Winters Joins Free Flow Power Corporation
Maureen Winters Joins Free Flow Power Corporation
Released on: July 06, 2011, 7:39 pm
Author: Free Flow Power Corporation
Boston, MA July 6, 2011- Free Flow Power Corporation, a developer of clean renewable energy, welcomes the addition of Ms. Maureen Winters to the company as a Vice President of Project Development.
Ms. Winters brings 26 years of experience in regulatory and environmental affairs. For the past 16 years she has worked exclusively in the hydroelectric industry providing FERC licensing, due diligence and project development services. She has held positions as a FERC licensing project manager at three major consulting firms in the hydroelectric industry, and as Northeast Regional Manager for Devine, Tarbell and Associates.
Ms. Winters currently serves as co-chair of the National Hydropower Association's Small Hydro Council, and previously chaired its Public Affairs Committee for three terms. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Studies from Unity College.
Dan Irvin, CEO of Free Flow Power, commented, "Maureen's deep experience in project development immediately strengthens our core business. Shehas a proven record of delivering value to the organization and we're thrilled she decided to join the FFP team.
Ms. Winters remarked, FFP is a leader in the development of new hydro and I look forward to a busy and rewarding time ahead. Joining FFP provides me the opportunity to work alongside an outstanding management and technical team, and to see our industry from a new perspective as a developer and owner. I'm pleased to be able to bring my consulting regulatory and project management experience to support FFP's projects.
About Free Flow Power
Free Flow Power Corporation is a clean renewable energy company focusing on hydropower, hydrokinetic and hydro pumped storage projects as reliable, cost-effective sources of electricity and grid stability. Free Flow Power is developing a pipeline of over 100 projects representing potential capacity of 1,500 Megawatts in the US on behalf of investors, utilities, and electricity consumers.
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