SPower adds to leading table team with new COO
- US-based independent power producer (IPP) sPower has actually boosted its senior team via the appointment of Michael Belikoff as primary operating policeman.
Belikoff is to enter the shoes of Randall Corey, that introduced his retired life previously this year, however Corey will certainly remain at the company up until completion of the year to sustain different elements of Belikoff's transition right into the duty.
Belikoff, who was most lately executive vice president of EPC as well as O&M at developer Cypress Creek Renewables, will certainly oversee sPower's search of a PV growth pipeline that holds almost 17GW.
Ryan Creamer, Chief Executive Officer at sPower, said Belikoff would certainly bring a "proven capability" to supply high-performing renewables projects, worrying it was "crucial" to have leaders in business to advisor its groups.
Belikoff brings more than a years's worth of experience in the renewables sector having actually likewise held settings at EPC Strata Solar and First Solar. He is also a certified specialist designer.
"I am thrilled to join a firm of brilliant as well as passionate people that have a strong dedication to security, efficiency, as well as sustainability. The business goes to the forefront of the renewable energy change, and also I look forward to dealing with the group to remain to drive functional success," he said.
SPower's pipe spans much of the United States, including projects in Arizona, Utah and also Virginia, amongst others. In late April the company advertised as "special" the development that international bank Wells Fargo had actually accepted a US$ 350 million tax equity dedication for its colossal 620MWdc task in Spotsylvania, Virginia.
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