Environmental & energy executive moves: gamesa, uk green investmentbank, cree, sci

Here’s the latest news on hirings and promotions amongenvironmental and energy management leaders. Gamesa: The Spanish wind turbine maker has hired engineer Ignacio Martin as executive chairman. Martin, the former CEO of CIE Automotive,replaces Jorge Calvet, who stepped down last week following poor financial figures. Thecompany reported a first quarter loss of 21 million ($26 million)earlier this month, reports Reuters . UK Green Investment Bank: Lord Smith of Kelvin and Sir Adrian Montague have been appointedas chair and deputy chair of the newly-launched, publicly-owned UKGreen Investment Bank. Semi Trailers Parts

Smith is current chair of SSE and The WeirGroup. Montague is chair of companies including 3i and AnglianWater Group. Cree: John Kurtzweil has resigned as executive vice president-finance and chieffinancial officer of the lighting firm. Michael McDevitt has been appointed CFO while Russell Reynolds Associates conductsa search for candidates. SCIenergy: The energy management products firm has named Steve Gossett Jr. Semi Trailers Parts Manufacturer

as chief executive officer. Gossett previously served as vicepresident and chief operating officer of Transcend EquityDevelopment, a company that SCI now owns. FirstFuel Software: The building energy analytics company has appointed John MacPhee as CFO, Sam Krasnow as VP of regulatory affairs and market development, and Domenic Armano as director of customer solutions. Wind Energy Services Company: Israel Barajas has been appointed HSE manager at the wind turbine maintenancefirm. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the compositesindustry to the role, including his time at various entities of theMolded Fiber Glass Companies. Semi Trailer King Pin Manufacturer

Zero Waste Energy: Jeff Draper has been named chief financial officer at the waste-to-energyfirm. Draper was part of a team that built the company USA WasteServices, culminating in the acquisition of Waste Management in1998. Flexenclosure: Mattias Karlsson is the new vice president in charge of the company’s greenpower management system E-site. He has led E-site developmentfor the past five years.

Based in Dubai, Olof Lindberg is the new vice president of worldwide sales. Mukesh Singh has been hired to lead Flexenclosure s new subsidiary in India.Singh is formerly head for corporate and business development atNokia Siemens Networks, and has also worked for Ericsson asbusiness manager. Finally the company recently appointed David King as CEO. King has twelve years experience in C-level roles intech companies in both Europe and the U.S.


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