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The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) today announced that Colin Silver is taking on a new role as senior vice president of content and strategy, and that Jasmile De-Jesus is the organization’s chief of staff.

In this new role, Silver will oversee SEIA’s content development portfolio, including events and education programming, as well as strategic projects and initiatives to advance the organization’s long-term planning.

As chief of staff, De-Jesus will support the president and CEO and executive team with project management, internal communication, and other advisory functions.

GridBeyond, a provider of intelligent energy solutions, has named Sean McEvoy as the company’s president of North America and chief product officer.

With over twenty years’ experience at the forefront of technology innovation, Sean will lead the North American team, with a critical focus on pioneering front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter AI solution development, a role which combines his technical expertise and passion for connecting innovation with real-world applications. The appointment follows GridBeyond’s recent acquisition of Veritone Energy Business Inc, which has doubled the size of GridBeyond’s team in North America.

Inspiration Mobility announced that it has expanded its leadership team to include Claire Broido Johnson, a climate tech leader who co-founded SunEdison, as chief operating officer, and Mark Richardson, a global automotive and fleet expert, as managing director, fleet.

Both Broido Johnson and Richardson will support Inspiration as it scales to meet increasing demand to decarbonize commercial transportation through electrification.

“With Claire and Mark on board, Inspiration will continue to expand its leadership position as the go-to partner for organizations serious about making real progress towards electrification,” said Inspiration chief executive officer Josh Green. “Claire’s leadership in clean energy and operations enables us to scale more quickly to meet the surging demand from fleets of all sizes that want a single, trusted partner to deliver on their transportation decarbonization goals.”

Green continued, “The future of transportation is electric. Mark is known in both the automotive and fleet industries as an expert who creates solutions that improve both an organization’s operational and financial performance. When Mark attests that EVs, when done right, will deliver bottom line results without any additional operating risk, companies pay attention.”

ConnectDER a provider of quick connection adapters for solar and other distributed energy resources (DER), announced today the appointment of two vice presidents to its leadership team, Brian Saucier as vice president of engineering, and David Wang as vice president of supply chain operations. Combined, Saucier and Wang bring decades of leadership, energy, product and technology experience to ConnectDER’s growing team.

Caelux a perovskites specialist, announced the appointment of Charlie Hasselbrink as the company’s new chief technology officer.

Hasselbrink is an exceptional technologist known for identifying organizational and technical gaps and quickly implementing the systems and processes necessary to achieve organizational outcomes. He has an impressive history of overseeing large-scale development programs and leveraging predictive models to accelerate product innovation and develop better customer experiences. Hasselbrink’s vision extends beyond technological innovation to nurturing talent, fostering a strong culture of mentorship, and maintaining robust relationships with stakeholders across the board.

More jobs provided by EnergeiaWorks:

  • Jeff Armbruster started a new position as VP, Compliance at Landpoint
  • Jessica Leader started a new position as Director of Communications at Generate
  • John Kern started a new position as VP, Pre-Construction at Pine Gate Renewables
  • Mark Ruis started a new position as COO at Integral Energy Services


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