Dan Shreve heads Wood Mackenzie’s global wind research practice. Shreve joined Wood Mackenzie in 2017, following Woodmac’s acquisition of MAKE consulting, where he headed MAKE’s operations in the Americas. Shreve has a long experience in the renewable energy industry, serving in a number of engineering and strategic management roles. Prior to joining MAKE, he worked as the Global Wind Energy Market & Competitive Intelligence Leader at GE Energy. Shreve has advised executive teams at the wind industry’s most successful firms for over 10 years, authoring major market reports and leading the execution of consulting projects. With a solid background in engineering, sourcing, and business administration, he supports clients’ business objectives by providing in-depth supply chain insights and techno-commercial advice. In addition to these services, he also manages and executes market assessment, business strategy, and due diligence projects. Shreve is a fixture on the wind energy conference circuit, and his views on issues impacting the wind industry issues are regularly sought after by the global media. He graduated as a mechanical engineer from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and subsequently from the US Naval Nuclear Operations Office Program where he served as a civilian staff instructor for three years. Shreve also has an MBA from the University of New York.