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American Electric Technologies Inc. (AETI), a supplier of custom-designed power distribution and control solutions for the traditional and alternative energy industries, has appointed Neal Hare to the newly created position of chief technology officer.

"Neal has been a key member of our leadership team for 17 years, during which time he has provided outstanding leadership, knowledge and a great passion for our business," says Arthur Dauber, chairman and CEO of AETI. "His experience in research and development is invaluable, and I expect he will continue to have a significant and positive impact on the company. I am pleased to bring his perspective to this important new position."

Hare joined the company in 1992, and his service in the energy industry spans almost 40 years. He most recently served as the senior vice president and chief operating officer of the technical products and services segment and has been responsible for much of the design and manufacturing of AETI's products during his tenure with the company.

In Hare's new role as chief technology officer, he will work closely with the CEO, and his major initiatives will include advancing technology in AETI's new and existing product lines as well as production-cost improvement through his research and developments efforts as the company continues to identify innovative customer solutions.

Hare has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from California State University at Long Beach. His post-graduate work at Rice University in Houston included business and economics.


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