Personnel changes in the energy storage industry

Personnel changes in the energy storage industry

Personnel changes in the energy storage industry 150 150 Energy Storage Journal

Megan Gilman was sworn in as a Public Utilities Commissioner for the US State of Colorado on March 16. She has resigned from the Holy Cross Energy board of directors, where she had worked since 2011. At Holy Cross, Gilman was involved in rate analysis and strategy, large power supply changes and approving customer-facing programs and offerings.

American Manganese has appointed Zarko Meseldzija, its chief technical officer, to the Canadian company’s board of directors. Meseldzija is an expert in lithium-ion battery recycling processes and has considerable business experience in the emerging cleantech industry, according to the firm. Meseldzija is the owner of an independent consulting firm focused on the entire life cycle of the lithium-ion battery supply chain, including the recycling of critical battery metals. He is also active in political advocacy for lithium-ion battery recycling legislation and cleantech development.

Bill Golove was appointed chief executive officer at Trianon Renewable Grid Stability, in California, in January. He joined the parent firm Trianon Power, a power project developer and financier, as chief development officer in February 2017. Before that he was a consultant helping in the provision of project finance, project development and M&A.

Candace Morey was promoted, effective April 1, to assistant general counsel at the California Public Utilities Commission. She has worked at the commission since November 2009 as an attorney.

Adam Gilbert, previously national director of sales at solar finance company Mosaic, has been appointed head of sales, ensemble at US electrical product distributor CED Greentech. His job is to integrate project finance, software and distribution to the firm’s customers.

Brendan Canavan has been appointed vice president of business development at solar independent power producer Navisun.  “He has over 12 years of experience in the renewable energy industry and brings considerable expertise in origination, market analysis, strategy, and project M&A to the team,” said the firm. Canavan previously spent five years as a vice president of project development and asset acquisitions at Safari Energy. Before that, he held development and management positions at Advanced Solar Products and First Solar.