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Company Overview of American Council on Renewable Energy(ACORE)

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American Council on Renewable Energy(ACORE) Key Developments

The American Council on Renewable Energy(Acore) Announces Management Appointments

The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) appointed Susan Nickey, Managing Director; Jim Spencer, President and CEO, Patrick Woodson, Chairman. Susan Nickey is a Managing Director at Hannon Armstrong. She has significant experience in the renewable energy industry, with prior experience as the founder and CEO of Threshold Power, service as the CFO at ACCIONA Energy North America from 2007-2010, and before that as Managing Director of Investment Banking in the Project Finance Group of Mesirow Financial. Jim Spencer is President and CEO of EverPower Wind Holdings Inc.Mr. Spencer has over 25 years of experience in the power industry managing the development and financing of energy projects, and prior to founding EverPower in 2002, he served as an advisor to Renewable Energy Systems Limited (RES). Mr. Spencer began his career in 1985 as an attorney in the energy project finance group at Chadbourne & Parke LLP. Patrick Woodson is Chairman of E.ON North America. E.ON now operates 20 wind facilities in the U.S. totaling more than 3,000 megawatts as well as large scale solar facilities. Mr. Woodson also oversees the energy services business for E. ON started in 2015 and prior to that, Mr. Woodson was a co-founder of Renewable Generation, a project development company which sold its interests to Airtricity and was later acquired by E. ON.

ACORE Presents at REFF Wall Street: Renewable Energy Finance Forum, Jun-22-2016 09:45 AM

ACORE Presents at REFF Wall Street: Renewable Energy Finance Forum, Jun-22-2016 09:45 AM. Venue: Grand Hyatt, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Greg Wetstone, President & CEO.

The American Council on Renewable Energy Appoints New Members to its Board of Directors

The American Council on Renewable Energy announced new members of its 2016 Board of Directors: Frank Armijo, Vice President, Lockheed Martin Energy; Skip Grow, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley; and Shannon Kellogg, Director of Public Policy, Amazon.

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