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Renewable energy developer Element Power Holdings has announced that Joe Slamm, co-founding partner of Hudson Clean Energy Partners and a current member of Element Power's board of directors, will serve as Element Power's interim chairman following the departure of Pedro Barriuso.

While at Goldman Sachs, Slamm formerly served as interim CEO of Horizon Wind Energy. He will also continue in his current role as investment partner at Hudson.

In addition, Mike O'Neill, current president and chief operating officer of Element Power, will assume the role of CEO of Element Power Europe, a newly reorganized division that consolidates the company’s activities in Europe.

Furthermore, Ty Daul, current CEO of Element Power North America, will become CEO of Element Power Americas, a newly reorganized division that consolidates the company’s activities in the U.S., Central America and Latin America.



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