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Calgary, Alberta-based Canadian Hydro Developers Inc. has announced that Keith O'Regan has joined the company as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He reports directly to CEO John Keating.

O'Regan is accountable for the support, development and success of the managers of the wind, hydro and thermal divisions, and environmental affairs and technical support groups. He is also responsible for ensuring that appropriate infrastructures and resources are in place to support the continuous growth of the organization, and for the operational and financial performance of the business divisions.

"I'm very pleased to have the opportunity to join Canadian Hydro and work closely with a team of dedicated and passionate people," says O'Regan. "We share a similar vision for renewable energy, and I look forward to working with a very talented group of individuals."

Most recently, O'Regan was regional vice president of operations for a food company. He is a professional engineer and holds degrees in mechanical engineering and business from the University of New Brunswick.

SOURCE: Canadian Hydro Developers Inc.


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