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New Windpower Monthly correspondents

Two new correspondents have joined the team at Windpower Monthly, bringing the total number of correspondents to 19, based in 15 countries.

Michael McGovern (cike@medusa.fujitsu.es) takes over from Anthony Luke as our correspondent for Spain. Living and writing in Madrid since 1987 he is an all-terrain correspondent/freelancer for a variety of trade and consumer magazines. He is also a co-founder of Alpedrete 2000, a movement promoting responsible administration and sustainable development in the Guadarrama Sierra in the Autonomous Region of Madrid.

Mike O'Bryant (obryants@earthlink.net ) joins our US team of writers to share the monthly news and news-feature reporting on the rapidly expanding American wind market with our US correspondent since 1986, Ros Davidson in San Francisco. O'Bryant will cover developments in the Northwest and Upper Midwest. He is a freelance writer, based in Portland, Oregon, specialising in utilities and the environment, with 20 years experience of public relations and news work with PacifiCorp, a US utility in seven Western states and in Australia. He left the utility in early 1998 to pursue a freelance business.

Windpower Monthly has two further US correspondents: Ben Paulos, in Madison, Wisconsin, who continues as our specialist feature writer, backed by Lisa Cohn, also in Portland, Oregon.

All Windpower Monthly correspondents can be contacted through our head office in Denmark (fax +4586 365 626), or by writing to us at mail@windpower-monthly.com with the name of the person you wish to contact contained in the subject line.

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