His expertise in mechanical engineering, aerodynamics, and quantitative research will make him an integral part of our technological advances.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 03, 2017
Hover Energy, LLC (“Hover” or the “Company”) announced today that Dr. Søren Hjort will serve as Chief Aerodynamicist for the Company. Dr. Hjort is an aerodynamics specialist with more than 20 years of experience in wind power. He began his career as an Aerodynamic Engineer with Siemens Wind Power. He later served as a Senior Engineer for FloDesign Wind Turbine and as the Chief Engineer of WindNordic. He has evaluated and tested countless wind and flow technologies, and is a named inventor on numerous patents and the author of many scientific publications.
Dr. Hjort received both an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Aerodynamic Research from the Technical University of Denmark. He earned a post-graduate diploma in Aerodynamic Research at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in Belgium, where he earned an Award of Excellence for Numerical Research.
Albert McLelland, Chief Executive Officer of Hover, commented, “We are very pleased to have Søren join our team. His expertise in mechanical engineering, aerodynamics, and quantitative research will make him an integral part of our technological advances. Superior aerodynamic design is one of the key attributes of our vertical-axis wind turbine for the built environment. With Søren’s guidance and pioneering work, we look forward to attaining more progress in this field.”
About Hover Energy, LLC
Hover Energy, LLC possesses a transformative wind power generation technology. The Company expects to remake the onsite wind energy market by providing an impactful wind power solution with high energy density and a wide range of applications, including the built environment. Additional information is available at http://www.hoverenergy.com.
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