Director of Project Development
- 4415 71st St, Suite 24 Lubbock, TX
Destiny Rosales was the first student to receive a Bachelor of Science in Wind Energy from Texas Tech University’s National Wind Institute in 2012. In that year, Destiny began working as an intern for Group NIRE assisting in the development of the Red Raider Wind Farm. In that role, Destiny assisted in the negotiation of the sale to the leading owner and operator of winds farms in the United States.
As Group NIRE’s Associate Project Developer, Destiny worked on the development of a utility scale 1 MW Li-lon battery located at the Reese Technology Center. Group NIRE continued to work and develop the field test and certification site that expanded to Gamesa’s 2 MW G114, in which she supported the development of.
Since 2014 Destiny has served as the Director of Project Development at Group NIRE. In this capacity Destiny manages all engineering, interconnection, development and deployment of prototype wind turbine projects at Group NIRE field test and certification site.
As Director of Project Development, Mrs. Rosales has managed all deployments of prototype wind turbines, to include, supporting the construction and interconnection of solar and battery storage projects at the Group NIRE field site and has also developed the plan for Group NIRE’s LiDAR calibration and test site.
Mrs. Rosales grew up in San Antonio, Texas and is the oldest of four girls. Destiny moved to Lubbock in 2008 to begin her studies at Texas Tech University and now lives in Lubbock with her husband, two dogs and a cat. Mrs. Rosales will be completing her Masters in Interdisciplinary studies with a focus in wind energy, business and public administration from Texas Tech University graduate school in 2017.