Aaron Anderson

Senior Managing Director | Generation Consulting

About Aaron

As a senior managing director at 1898 & Co., Aaron leads the power generation consulting practice focused on supporting clients with technical and financial evaluations of infrastructure projects so they can better plan, optimize and invest in their critical assets.

Aaron has a degree in physics from Baker University, as well as an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering and master’s degree in engineering management from the University of Kansas. With over 15 years of professional experience, Aaron has supported clients on power generation development, acquisition and execution, including both traditional and renewable assets. Most notably, Aaron has managed thousands of megawatts of wind development throughout the world and is renowned throughout the industry for his experience in the development, design, construction and operation of wind farms, helping to build the company into a top-ranked, recognized industry adviser in wind energy.

How Aaron helps his clients
Aaron brings strategy and project success together to deliver results for his clients. His experience provides a critical perspective that allows project plans to be optimized from the start. His ultimate goal is to help clients make informed, strategic decisions that are supported by business and engineering analysis.

What motivates Aaron
Aaron is motivated by his desire to do his best for his team members and clients; his greatest motivation is seeing his team and clients succeed. Aaron enjoys the variety in the field as both traditional and renewable generation options continue to evolve in the market.  

A little bit about Aaron
An ideal day off for Aaron would involve a trip with his family into the mountains. He’s also an avid Chiefs, Sporting KC and Royals fan (even when they’re not good!), and has a soft spot for ’90s music. 


Infrastructure Modernization

Emerging Energy Advisory

Strategic Asset Management

Project Planning & Development

Published Work

Preparing Wind Projects for the PTC Bubble - White Paper

Cross-Border Wind Projects Provide Opportunity - White Paper