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Toronto-based Schneider Power Inc. has named Jonathan Lundy CEO. Lundy succeeds Thomas Schneider, the founder of the company, who will continue in the role of vice chairman and president.

Lundy joins Schneider Power from Mississauga, Ontario-based Hydrogenics Corp., an alternative energy company, where he began as vice president of corporate affairs and general counsel and eventually served as president of power systems.

He will focus his efforts on expansion of Schneider Power's North American renewable power market penetration and the continued growth of its operating subsidiaries. Schneider will delegate a great deal of his duties to Lundy in order for him to explore and execute Schneider Power's long-term strategic vision in the renewable energy sector, according to the company.

"Jonathan's wealth of experience and strong leadership will ensure Schneider Power becomes a formidable force in the Canadian renewable energy market," says Schneider.

SOURCE: Schneider Power Inc.



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