Named the Iowa Solar Energy Trade Association Maybanks genius as the first managing director ever. She spent 18 years at New Pioneer Food Co-op in marketing, public relations, education and human resource development. In her role, Maybanks supported New Pioneer’s Soilmates School Garden Education program and sponsored the Good Neighbor Iowa’s pesticide-free lawn initiative. She earned her BA in Geography from the University of Iowa.
Called Tigo Energy Joan C. Conley to his board of directors. As a former member of the Nasdaq executive team, Conley brings expertise as a consultant to executive teams and public company boards in the design, development and execution of corporate governance and ESG programs.
During her 19 years at Nasdaq, she was responsible for the Nasdaq Global Corporate Governance Program, the Nasdaq Global Ethics and Corporate Compliance Program, and the Nasdaq Educational Foundation.
Andrea Wuttke, formerly CFO of hydropower company Natel Energy, is now CFO of energy storage company Energy Vault. Marion Hill is now SVP for Renewable Energy and Power Grids, North America at DNV. Lance Jordan began a new position as SVP of Infrastructure Investments at Pacolet Milliken, LLC. Hong Zhang Durandal is now a board member at EDP. Lucie Dupas now VP of Execution at PowerFlex.
BrightNight said that Rhone Resch, President and Chief Revenue Officer of Solarlytics and former President and CEO of SEIA, has joined the Advisory Board. Resch is a 20 year veteran of the energy industry and is responsible for all business and strategic planning, sales, marketing, financing and commercialization of new products at Solarlytics.
Real estate finance company Ygrene discontinued Ryan Moore will lead its Commercial PACE (C-PACE) business and report to CEO Jim Reinhart. Moore joins Ygrene from WeWorks real estate consulting and agency leasing business in North America. Prior to WeWork, Moore spent time in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, advising clients on capital markets transactions at HSBC, CBRE and UBS. He holds a BS in Business from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Charles River Associates announced a new integrated hydrogen offering and the addition of two senior consultants to lead the effort. Rod Davies joins CRA’s Marakon practice to spearhead the company’s hydrogen offering. He has more than 30 years of experience at BP where he has held senior roles in hydrogen, gas / LNG, renewable energy and energy systems, including the move to net zero. Most recently, he led BP’s hydrogen strategy and implementation plan. Anthony Meggs will support CRA’s Marakon practice as a senior consultant with over 20 years of experience in alternative energies. He is currently Chairman of Sellafield Ltd and was previously Group Head of Technology at BP where he led the Group’s business development activities for hydrogen. He also co-chaired a Massachusetts Institute of Technology study on the future of natural gas.
Electric Hydrogen said it recently emerged from cover and secured $ 24 million Series A funding led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures and accompanied by Prelude Ventures and Capricorn Group’s Technology Impact Fund . The company includes CEO Raffi Garabedianwho has more than two decades of clean energy experience, including the photovoltaic and semiconductor industries. Prior to founding Electric Hydrogen, he was CTO of First Solar. CTO David Eaglesham is a former entrepreneur-in-residence at Breakthrough Energy Ventures. Prior to that, he was CEO at Pellion Technologies and CTO at First Solar. He has also held senior leadership positions at Applied Materials, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Agere Systems, and Lucent Technologies. CFO Derek Warnick worked at Breakthrough Energy Ventures before co-founding Electric Hydrogen. He has held executive positions in the energy sector including COO at Infinite Cooling, CFO at FGE Power, Head of Energy Finance and Head of Product Development at World Energy. EVP for engineering Dorian West brings 25 years of engineering leadership experience to Electric Hydrogen with a background in disruptive technology development. Prior to joining Electric Hydrogen, he was an early employee at Tesla, where he held technical leadership positions for 15 years.
Called array technologies Ken Stacherski as SVP of the company. He joins Array from Honeywell’s aerospace division, where he most recently served as Vice President of Integrated Supply Chain. There he was responsible for managing all aspects of the aerospace division’s global operations, including manufacturing, quality, planning, procurement and environmental safety. He began his career at US Manufacturing Corp. before spending 13 years at Ford Motor where he held plant management positions of increasing responsibility that culminated in running the entire plant.
Sponsored: Construction Project Manager, Syracuse, New York
This green field solar developer internalizes several traditionally outsourced design and development processes and carries out EPC work exclusively on its own development systems in order to commission and operate its own, highly profitable, well-built solar systems.
The construction project manager will successfully oversee the design, ministerial approval and construction of utility-scale PV, PV and BESS solar projects as well as stand-alone storage projects ranging in size from 2 MW to 80 MW. The construction project manager will work closely with the pre-NTP project developers and the planning team to evaluate the project from a buildability perspective. You will develop and manage relationships with equipment suppliers and contractors, and draft and execute tenders for subcontractors. They handle the procurement of equipment, including delivery schedules and payment terms. Essentially, they will manage construction on site, including coordinating final permits, mobilizations, delivery schedules, and overseeing subcontracting through to project completion.
You must be able to create new scalable systems and processes in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. The construction project manager must have a passion for growing the company and driving the introduction of renewable energies in a responsible environment.
- Exceptional project management skills and the ability to demonstrate from previous experience
- Commercial Solar Photovoltaic Project Management: 7+ years
- Extensive experience in managing large-scale floor-mounted projects and floor systems
- Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a rapidly growing, well-funded development company
- Familiarity with the National Electrical Code (NEC) and its application to photovoltaic systems
- Exceptional mastery of digital tools and online platforms
- Excellent communication and teamwork skills
- BS in engineering, construction management, or a related discipline
- Postgraduate degree in project management and / or MBA
- Civil engineering degree preferred
- Project Management Professional (PMP) certification (optional)
- Comprehensive knowledge of the power, performance and reliability factors of various commercially available PV modules and inverters
- Field experience in installation, commissioning and commissioning
- Very good knowledge of reading and
- d interpretation of all draft, development and construction documents,
Specifications and offers as well as recommendation of necessary changes or additions
- Ability to travel from PA to ME to the site 3/5 days a week
More information can be found here.
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