Daniel Farmer joins Mott MacDonald as VP for power generationCompanies & People Mott MacDonald Nick DeNichilo
“Power generation, especially through renewable energy, is an increasingly important part of the engineering services we offer."
Daniel Farmer, an energy specialist with 34 years of experience in the industrial and power generation industries, has joined Mott MacDonald as vice president for power generation in North America.
Farmer will expand Mott MacDonald’s power generation portfolio, which includes the world’s biggest solar thermal plant (Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating Facility, California) and the first offshore wind farm in the U.S. (Block Island Wind Farm, Rhode Island).
“Power generation, especially through renewable energy, is an increasingly important part of the engineering services we offer,” said Nick DeNichilo, president/CEO of Mott MacDonald in North America, in a media release. “We are delighted to welcome Daniel Farmer, whose decades of hands-on experience will be invaluable as we take on increasingly large and complex projects.”
Farmer’s experience encompasses thermal energy, renewables, and biofuels. His areas of specialization include international business development, manufacturing facilities, system integration consulting, and new product development.
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