Welcome to European Wind Energy Association’s blog, “A breath of fresh air” – a place where you’ll find engaging views and the timely updates on wind energy-related topics from the EU and around the world. Launched in April 2010 and now widely read from Poland to Portugal, the blog is the place where you too can share your opinion on wind power. It is mostly written by three people from EWEA and external journalists, as well as many guest bloggers. Sign-up to the blog’s RSS feed or email to make sure you get the latest views as they are published and contact the Editor to have your say.
Zoë Casey is Senior Communication Officer and blog Editor. She writes and edits articles for EWEA’s website on wind power, EWEA publications and reports, as well as for external publications. Zoë joined in September 2009. Previously she was a journalist at the European Voice.
Chris Rose is a freelance journalist for EWEA based in Vancouver, Canada. An award-winning newspaper reporter and editor for 30 years, Chris is especially interested in stories that shed light on the environment, energy usage, politics and shifting demographics.
Julian Scola joined the European Wind Energy Association as Communication Director in September 2009. Previously he was Communications Advisor for the Party of European Socialists (2005-2009), Communications Manager for the WWF European Policy Office (1999-2005) and Press officer for the European Parliamentary Labour party (1995-1999). He has also worked in local government in London. Julian ensures that wind energy is communicated as clearly and widely as possible to EU decision-makers and a broader European audience. Julian and his family have lived in Brussels since 1995.
Sarah Azau is Head of the Communications Unit, which includes EWEA’s press and campaigns work. She is editor of the wind industry magazine, Wind Directions, and writes and coordinates the monthly EWEA members’ newsletter, Wind Watch. She also writes articles, blog posts and media responses.
Tom Rowe is Web Editor at EWEA. He writes and edits content for EWEA websites and social media, as well as writing blogs and external articles. Before joining EWEA in 2011, Tom worked as an in-house and freelance journalist in Ireland and Africa, reporting on a variety of topics.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this blog do not necessarily represent the official views of the European Wind Energy Association