Meet the enviConnect team
Based in Stuttgart in Germany, we bring together unique international R&D experience.
Dr. sc. ETH Zürich MEng CEng
Business manager & tech transfer lead
Andy leads enviConnect and is the first point of contact for all enquiries. He has over 20 years of experience in renewable energy and climate science RD&D projects in Europe, Canada, and the USA. He's been a chartered engineer with the UK's Institute of Mechanical Engineers since 2010, and now helps run the IMechE local members' group in Germany.
Andy is our expert in technology transfer and research partnerships.
Ines is an aerospace engineer and measurement expert with a focus on wind turbine power performance testing and wind power forecasting. She has 10 years experience in data analysis and international R&D project management. As a team lead at the University of Stuttgart she learned how to be at the forefront of new technologies and implement new ideas quickly.
Ines now leads enviConnect's wind lidar consultancy activities.
Wind measurement expert
Electrician with M.Sc. in Energy supply focused on all types of measurements for wind energy application. Experienced in complex sensor installations on metmasts and on/offshore wind turbines.
Dipl. -Ing. in aerospace engineering with many years of experience in wind energy. Participation in many national and international R&D projects and guidelines. Special expertise in the fields of wind measurement, lidar and wind resource assessment on land and offshore.
Mechatronic product developer
M. Sc. in Mechatronics with more than 5 years experience in national and international wind energy research projects. Special interests in development, simulation and control of mechatronic systems. Designer and developer of the Stuttgart Wind Energy Lidar Scanner.
Dipl. –Ing.in aerospace engineering with more than 10 years of experience in the wind energy sector. Management and participation in national research projects, special expertise in in-situ and lidar measurements and data analysis.
PhD in aerospace engineering on designing and building multirotor vehicles for wind speed measurements, including the ANDroMeDA drone. Likes the mix between theoretical and applied sciences: calculations, simulations, testing, measurement, and designing.