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Hannah Hunt

Hannah Hunt is a Senior Analyst for Industry Data & Analysis at the Hannah Hunt is a Senior Analyst for Industry Data & Analysis at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) in Washington, D.C. She performs market and policy analysis on both the U.S. onshore and offshore wind industry and is the lead author of AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Quarterly Market Reports. She also creates Geographic Informations Systems (GIS) products for AWEA members and for policy outreach. Previously, Hannah worked as a Renewable Energy Analyst at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). (AWEA) in Washington, D.C. She performs market and policy analysis on both the U.S. onshore and offshore wind industry and is the lead author of AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Quarterly Market Reports. She also creates Geographic Informations Systems (GIS) products for AWEA members and for policy outreach. Previously, Hannah worked as a Renewable Energy Analyst at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).

Website: American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)


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