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Calgary, Alberta-based power generation company ENMAX Corp. has appointed Dave Rehn as its new executive vice president of generation. Through a subsidiary, ENMAX is one of Alberta's largest investors in renewable energy, with 50% ownership of the McBride Lake Wind Farm and 100% ownership of the Taber Wind Farm.

During his 30 years of experience as a senior leader in the U.S. power industry, Rehn has been directly involved in the design, construction and operation of gas, hydro and coal power plants.

Rehn has previously held senior executive positions in Duke Energy and Constellation Energy. He has also been a director of two energy companies.

"My own experience in power plant construction tells me how important Dave's contribution will be," says Gary Holden, president and CEO of ENMAX. "He's worked in some of the key roles in the U.S. power industry, and he's a very welcome addition to our team."



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