is one of the pioneers of wind energy development in the United States with his first designs for wind turbines control systems appearing in 1979. He continued his control, data acquisition and electrical system development for 32 years at Pacific Energy Systems, Zond Systems, Enron Wind, GE Wind Energy and Clipper Windpower. Kevin holds 17 patents in wind turbine and industrial controls and is the 1995 recipient of the AWEA Technical Achievement Award. He has published numerous technical and engineering papers on wind energy, audio concert reinforcement, data acquisition and battery technology. Kevin is currently founder of KLC electronics, a renewable energy consulting business.