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Mr. James M. Maldonado

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Corporate Counsel

Phone: (503) ***-****  
Email: j***@***.com
BIOTRONIK Inc
6024 Jean Road
Lake Oswego , Oregon 97035
United States

Company Description: BIOTRONIK, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the WORLDWIDE BIOTRONIK Group. For further information, please contact your local BIOTRONIK representative or call...   more
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Education

  • J.D.
    Willamette University College of Law
  • bachelor's degree
    Portland State University
  • law degree
    Willamette University College of Law
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CanWEA 2011 Vancouver » WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5
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James Maldonato, Vestas
CanWEA 2011 Vancouver » WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5
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James Maldonato, Vestas
Green energy advocates keep it positive - Oregon Business
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The following speakers echoed this optimism, each outlining recent progress in their respective fields: James Maldonado on the wind industry, Thor Hinkley on PGE's renewable power program and John Audley on the broad effort to boost renewables throughout the region.
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James Maldonado, operations chief of staff for Vestas Wind Systems, discussed the growth and hurdles of the wind industry.
Maldonado stressed the technical and logistical hurdles often overlooked when considering alternative energies such as wind. These include financing, servicing and transportation. But ultimately, says Maldonado, all of these hurdles are opportunities: "All of this is jobs. We hire most of our service folks from the local community."
Maldonado also talked about the benefit to rural landowners, who can make between three and five thousand dollars a year by leasing their land to wind turbines. This is especially significant in Oregon, he says, where many farmers and rural dwellers could use the extra revenue.
Commenting on Vestas' performance over the last few years, Maldonado says the company was hit hard by the recession and found it hard to secure financing for their multimillion-dollar wind projects. The company is growing healthy now, Maldonado says. He expects this coming summer-most turbine installations occur in the summer-to be the "busiest ever in this history of this company."
The following speakers echoed this optimism, ...
www.oregonbusiness.com [cached]
The following speakers echoed this optimism, each outlining recent progress in their respective fields: James Maldonado on the wind industry, Thor Hinkley on PGE's renewable power program and John Audley on the broad effort to boost renewables throughout the region.
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James Maldonado, operations chief of staff for Vestas Wind Systems, discussed the growth and hurdles of the wind industry.
Maldonado stressed the technical and logistical hurdles often overlooked when considering alternative energies such as wind. These include financing, servicing and transportation. But ultimately, says Maldonado, all of these hurdles are opportunities: "All of this is jobs. We hire most of our service folks from the local community."
Maldonado also talked about the benefit to rural landowners, who can make between three and five thousand dollars a year by leasing their land to wind turbines. This is especially significant in Oregon, he says, where many farmers and rural dwellers could use the extra revenue.
Commenting on Vestas' performance over the last few years, Maldonado says the company was hit hard by the recession and found it hard to secure financing for their multimillion-dollar wind projects. The company is growing healthy now, Maldonado says. He expects this coming summer-most turbine installations occur in the summer-to be the "busiest ever in this history of this company."
The company has also promoted James ...
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The company has also promoted James Maldonado from director of procurement to operations chief of staff.
Previously, Andersen was chief operating officer (COO), head of technology and vice president for Vestas in Beijing. He has held positions as general manager and vice president in Vestas China/Shanghai and spent significant time working in Indonesia and China.
Maldonado has worked for Vestas since 2008 in a variety of legal support, negotiation, transportation and procurement positions. Before joining Vestas, he worked as a senior litigation associate for Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP and as a senior litigation and transactional associate for Jennings, Haug & Cunningham. Maldonado will provide supervision and coordination for the COO's office in the U.S. and Canada.
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