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The Council of Members of MEASNET, the International Network for Harmonised and Recognised Measurements in Wind Energy, has elected a new Executive Board. The new board consists of Monika Kraemer as Chairwoman, Alejandro Martinez as Vice Chairman, and Iñigo Lopez as Treasurer. They will serve for a two-year period, from June 2023 to June 2025.
Monika Kraemer has more than 30 years of international professional experience in the field of renewable energy with a focus on wind energy. In 1998 she started her career at windtest grevenbroich gmbh in Germany. Since 2004 until today, she is Managing Director of this company and additionally active in numerous expert committees, as well as in MEASNET.
Alejandro Martinez has been focused on anemometers calibration for more than 20 years. Since 2005 he has attended regularly the MEASNET meetings, both Council of Members and Anemometer Calibration Expert Group. With a university degree in Aeronautics Engineering, he has been working in test engineering all his career, covering different areas from wind tunnel testing to thermal vacuum testing of spacecraft components.
Iñigo Lopez has been involved in the wind energy field since 1999, when he founded his first company, Acoustics Analysis. Afterwards, in 2005, he founded Aresse Engineering to provide test, analysis, and validation services to the renewable industry. He has held the position of CEO in both companies.
MEASNET currently counts 29 members, which are technical laboratories from Australia, China, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Spain, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom, and The United States.
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