PosiGen has announced the addition Joel Hagi as chief personnel officer. Hagi is an experienced global HR manager who has collaborated with countless executives as a trusted coach and advisor. Most recently, Hagi ran his own consulting business, which provided a variety of services to develop leadership, coaching and human resource management in various fields. Prior to that, she held senior positions in public and private global organizations.

As CHO, Hagi will be responsible for making PosiGen attract, retain and develop the most qualified candidates so that the company can continue to fulfill its mission of making solar energy and energy efficiency on the roof accessible to all. Hagi was attracted by the goal of PosiGen and the fact that it is the most diverse company in the solar industry. While it will oversee traditional staffing work processes, including pay, benefits and a safe environment both physically and psychologically, the main focus will be to create an inclusive work environment that develops and motivates all employees to succeed.

Power Factors, a provider of renewable energy software whose platform is the broadest and most widely deployed solution in the global market, has bolstered its presence in Latin America with three new sales staff.

Located in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, the expanded Latin American team will support current and future interactions with customers across the region, drawing on the Power Factors experience in Latin America. Already supporting customers with assets in more than 10 countries in the region and a combined renewable energy portfolio capacity of more than seven gigawatts, Latin America is one of the fastest growing markets for Power Factors tailor-made software solutions for asset management, field service optimization. and performance optimization.

In addition to wind, solar and storage, the company recently added the ability to support hydroelectric plants. It draws on the sound experience of financial and technical management functionality that is already in place for hundreds of megawatts of global hydropower production. This app makes Power Factors solutions well-suited to Latin America and the growing market needs for managing a diverse portfolio of renewable energy sources, including hydropower.

Ulteig, a leading provider of integrated design / engineering, program management, technical and field services, announces the appointment Susan Aspelund as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Aspelund is an experienced leader with the financial management experience needed to support Ulteig’s business operations and support the goals of the strategic plan.

Aspelund has been Ulteig’s interim CFO since September 2021 – she has made a career in providing short-term management to organizations in transition. “Susan had every intention of taking a temporary position until we appointed a full-time CFO,” said Doug Jaeger, president and CEO. “Having delved into the Ulteig culture and established relationships throughout the organization, she expressed an interest in working full time. Given my confidence in her leadership and the value she has already brought to the business, I was delighted to offer her such an opportunity. Susan’s extensive business knowledge and extensive experience in financial management will continue to be a huge asset for Ulteig. “

Prior to joining Ulteig as interim CFO, Aspelund served in a similar capacity in several organizations, most recently as a third-party healthcare administrator for HealthEZ, as well as in the Midwestern-based national law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister. children of Washburn. in Minneapolis, Volunteers of America MN, CLUES, MN Epilepsy Foundation and MS Society. Aspelund holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Minnesota, Mankata.

Malta Inc., a leading innovator in network-based long-term energy storage, has announced the addition of Philip Deleville as Managing Director for Product Development, Strategy and Operations.

Delleville joins Malta with extensive global business development, serving in catalytic leadership positions in major national and international energy corporations. Recently, Deleville has held several roles at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA, completing his leadership as the global head of Siemens Gamesa’s project finance and development team.

In that capacity, Deleville managed project funding of more than $ 4 billion and supported wind projects worth about 4 gigawatts. Prior to participating in Project and Development Funding, he was Vice President / Managing Director of Services in the North American region, optimizing the department’s profitability and implementing key business development initiatives. Under his leadership, Siemens Gamesa became a pioneer in the field of regeneration of wind energy projects.

Prior to Siemens Gamesa, Delleville has accumulated two decades of international experience in general management, manufacturing operations, strategic marketing and product management for Saint-Gobain Corporation, a public international manufacturer of construction products and high-performance materials.

Additional relocations provided by EnergeiaWorks:

Owen Zinoman has taken up a new position as a strategic advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Renewable Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy.

Ben Compton has started a new vice president of enterprise sales at Omnidian

Thomas Thompson has started a new position of Senior Vice President of Renewable Energy at Semco Maritime

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