Wren Wescoatt was the lead developer for the 30 MW Kahuku Wind Power, coordinating the design, engineering, permitting, land rights, and power purchase agreement for Hawai‘i’s newest wind project, which went into commercial operation in March 2011. He is responsible for primary development of First Wind’s new projects on O‘ahu and Maui.
Prior to joining First Wind in 2007, Mr. Wescoatt was the founder and executive director of College Connections Hawai‘i, a statewide nonprofit which involved extensive community outreach and interface with community organizations throughout Hawai‘i. Previously, Mr. Wescoatt served as director of a Sylvan Learning Center, teacher at Castro Valley High School, and founder of Mokes on Spokes, Hawai‘i’s first bicycle courier service. Raised on the island of Molokai and a graduate of Kamehameha Schools, Mr. Wescoatt now lives with his family in Manoa Valley on O‘ahu. Mr. Wescoatt holds a Masters in Education from the University of North Carolina and a Bachelors of Arts in Communication from Stanford University.