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Cam Winton, Outland Energy Services
Winton earned his JD from Georgetown University Law Center and holds a master's degree in Philosophy, Policy, and Social Value from the London School of Economics. For his undergraduate studies, he attended the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated magna cum laude, with a degree in international relations.
''Cam has been an incredible addition to the team. His ability to simplify the complex and effectively communicate with customers, technicians, and mangers is impressive. He's earned this promotion because of the results he's delivered. Our entire team looks forward to working with Cam for many years to come,'' said the company's president and chief executive, Steve Scott.
Scott, who was hired as Outland Energy Service's first employee, was promoted to president and chief executive recently. Scott's and Winton's promotions were both announced in an August tenth press release.
Outland Energy Services, which was founded in 2005, operates and maintains wind farms primarily through the following services: commissioning, inspections, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and asset management. The company is based in Canby, Minnesota and has offices in Mendota Heights, Minnesota and Guymon, Oklahoma. It serves wind farms throughout but has also worked in Canada and Japan. Outland Energy Services currently employs about 125 service technicians.
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