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Toronto-based wind project developer SkyPower, a Lehman Brothers company, has appointed Hando Kang as manager of regulatory affairs and stakeholder relations, and Victor Reynoso as community relations liaison.

In the newly created position of manager of regulatory affairs and stakeholder relations, Kang will lead SkyPower's outreach efforts to the national, provincial and local regulatory agencies, as well as the company's varied stakeholder communities. He brings several years of diverse experience to the position, including work for Canada's Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

As the community relations liaison for SkyPower, also a newly created position, Reynoso will work closely with the company's municipalities to actively involve them in development initiatives. In addition, he will be responsible for establishing consistent and effective communication channels with community leaders and stakeholders. He comes to SkyPower with direct provincial and municipal outreach and public awareness program experience and has several years of experience working with municipal and not-for-profit energy conservation offices.

SOURCE: SkyPower



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