People on the move: Guzman Energy, Ideematec, Leeward Renewable, and more

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Guzman Energy hired Steve Beuning as senior advisor, Market Design and Integration. In this newly created role, Beuning will work with customers to help them achieve their energy goals. Most recently, Beuning was VP, power supply and programs at Holy Cross Energy. In addition, Beuning spent 34 years at Xcel Energy where he directed market operations and gained experience in wholesale electric market design; renewable energy integration; transmission system open access; generation interconnection; congestion management and congestion hedging.

Ideematec, a global supplier of solar tracking systems, said that John Susa has joined the company as chief sales officer, reporting to CEO and co-founder Mario Eckl. Susa has more than 13 years in the solar industry, most recently based in Germany where he managed SMA Solar’s Global Sales and Service. Prior to that, he was responsible for establishing and growing SMA sales in both the Asia Pacific and North American regions. He moved to SMA from Trina Solar, where he worked for more than six years.

Rebecca Fisher

Leeward Renewable Energy named Rebecca Fisher as its chief human resources officer, reporting to CEO Jason Allen. She will be responsible for leading the company’s human resources strategy and systems, talent acquisition, talent management, total rewards, diversity and inclusion, and cultural development. She has more than 25 years of HR experience, directing all aspects of HR for small-, mid- and large-cap organizations. She spent the majority of her career with PepsiCo, where she led large-scale organizational and culture transformation and talent management.

The Tennessee Valley Authority named Don Moul its newest executive VP and COO. Moul will join TVA in late June, assuming his leadership position from Mike Skaggs, who announced his plans to retire in January 2022. Moul will lead key areas of TVA’s business, including: Safety; Transmission and Power Supply; Coal, Gas, and Hydro Generation; Integrated River System Management; Natural Resources; Environment; Supply Chain; Major Projects; Facilities Management; TVA Police and Emergency Management; and Enterprise Improvement. Skaggs will serve as executive VP and advisor to the CEO until his retirement. Most recently, Moul has served as executive VP and chief nuclear officer at NextEra Energy. From 2004 to 2019, he served in a variety of leadership roles at FirstEnergy Corp., including leading the nuclear and fossil generation, transmission and distribution, commodity operations, and environmental compliance functions.

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