Nexamp Taps Mark Frigo to Lead Growing Energy Storage Company
- Nexamp, a leading renewable resource generation and energy storage solutions carrier has introduced that it is speeding up the development of its energy storage portfolio with the addition of Mark Frigo as Vice Head Of State of Energy Storage.
Frigo brings deep industry experience in establishing as well as implementing utility-scale and commercial energy storage projects. As energy storage plays an increasingly vital function in improving grid integrity, integrating renewable generation, and also bringing financial savings to large commercial clients with behind-the-meter applications, Nexamp is spending more resources in developing, developing and also running energy storage systems throughout the country.
In his latest duty as Vice Head of state as well as Head of Energy Storage in North America for RWE, a huge investor-owned utility with a hefty future concentrate on renewables as well as energy storage, Frigo looked after the growth of numerous huge storage projects. At Nexamp, he will certainly concentrate on expanding the Energy Storage team while determining brand-new service possibilities in Nexamp's own generation portfolio and in third-party projects, both standalone and paired with solar.
" As Nexamp leads consumers toward a decarbonized future, energy storage will certainly be a crucial column of our organization," noted Chris Clark, Elder Vice Head Of State of Service Advancement, Nexamp. "Locating the ideal leader with real-world experience in this developing area was important. Mark pertains to Nexamp with greater than twenty years of experience in the energy field and also as an energy professional who has testified prior to Congress on the role of energy storage in the country's power system. He'll contribute in aiding us broaden our energy storage impact."
Frigo was baited RWE's effective initiative that established its first energy storage facility in Arizona, introducing the company's initiatives to bring trustworthy and also effective storage options to that region. His team subsequently constructed 2 additional energy storage projects in Texas, and also aided lay the groundwork for large solar and also storage projects. He likewise led other critical features within RWE in North America, consisting of the Energy Marketing, Market Operations & Analysis, as well as Risk & Investment groups.
" I'm delighted to be signing up with Nexamp as well as expect continuing the momentum we have in energy storage, establishing new partnerships as well as bringing storage to new applications," Frigo claimed. "This is an essential time in the market, as utilities, commercial consumers and others begin to comprehend the many advantages of energy storage. Nexamp is well-positioned to be a national leader in this area."
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