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Barry Lynch, Actis - Why the wind sector needs more stability at OEMs
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Barry Lynch, Actis - Why the wind sector needs more stability at OEMs

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Growing global ambitions and rising costs are raising the heat on companies in the wind sector. What are the big opportunities and challenges after the pandemic?

We caught up with some industry leaders to discuss the key trends that will be shaping up the wind industry in 2022.

In this video, A Word About Wind’s Editor in Chief Richard Heap interviews Barry Lynch, Partner & Head of Operations, Actis

Barry Lynch

Barry joined Actis in 2016 as Head of Energy Operations and works across all energy and infrastructure deals. Prior to Actis he spent 8 years with Mainstream Renewable Power as Managing Director of Procurement, Construction and Operations with responsibility for delivering large scale wind and solar projects through the equity structuring, project financing and construction phases into operation in Europe, North America, Latin America and Africa. He was an executive director and board member at Mainstream and sat on the boards of two Actis Energy portfolio companies (Lekela Power and Aela Energia) in which Mainstream is a minority partner. Barry was also involved in the development Actis Energy investee company Globeleq Africa, within the renewable energy side of the business focused on South Africa.

Prior to joining Mainstream Barry spent 8 years with ESB International and was involved in the construction and operation of large scale thermal power plants. He undertook a number of roles including Group Safety Manager and Operations Manager for Asia with responsibility for 4 power plants in Pakistan and Malaysia.

Barry holds a Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Dublin Institute of Technology.

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Barry Lynch, Actis - Why the wind sector needs more stability at OEMs

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Published by Tamarindo Group and A Word About Wind.
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February 16, 2022

Growing global ambitions and rising costs are raising the heat on companies in the wind sector. What are the big opportunities and challenges after the pandemic?

We caught up with some industry leaders to discuss the key trends that will be shaping up the wind industry in 2022.

In this video, A Word About Wind’s Editor in Chief Richard Heap interviews Barry Lynch, Partner & Head of Operations, Actis

Barry Lynch

Barry joined Actis in 2016 as Head of Energy Operations and works across all energy and infrastructure deals. Prior to Actis he spent 8 years with Mainstream Renewable Power as Managing Director of Procurement, Construction and Operations with responsibility for delivering large scale wind and solar projects through the equity structuring, project financing and construction phases into operation in Europe, North America, Latin America and Africa. He was an executive director and board member at Mainstream and sat on the boards of two Actis Energy portfolio companies (Lekela Power and Aela Energia) in which Mainstream is a minority partner. Barry was also involved in the development Actis Energy investee company Globeleq Africa, within the renewable energy side of the business focused on South Africa.

Prior to joining Mainstream Barry spent 8 years with ESB International and was involved in the construction and operation of large scale thermal power plants. He undertook a number of roles including Group Safety Manager and Operations Manager for Asia with responsibility for 4 power plants in Pakistan and Malaysia.

Barry holds a Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Dublin Institute of Technology.

To read more about 2022 Wind Investment Trends, click here
Actis is a member of A Word About Wind. To find out more about our services and our community, click here

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