MISSISSAUGA, ON, May 7, 2020: Rodan Energy Solutions is pleased to announce that Rachel Ingram, its Vice President and General Counsel, has joined the Advanced Energy Management Alliance (AEMA) Board of Directors. Rachel brings many years of corporate, governance and power sector experience to the AEMA together with the insights of one of North America’s leading Energy-as-a-Service providers. Rachel’s bio is available at https://rodanenergy.com/leadership-team/.
“We are pleased that the AEMA has elected Rachel to their Board. They will certainly benefit from her extensive knowledge, resourcefulness, and strong advocacy skills. Rachel has tremendous capabilities in stakeholder relations and managing complex regulatory issues as she regularly demonstrates at Rodan as well as with a number of industry groups including the Stakeholder Advisory Council of the IESO and the Industry Affairs Standing Committee of the Ontario Energy Board,” stated Paul Grod, President and CEO of Rodan Energy. “The AEMA has an important role to play in providing policy and regulatory advice to governments and utilities that are trying to build a reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy future. We are pleased that Rodan is playing a leading role.”
About Rodan Energy Solutions
Rodan Energy is a leading North American energy management company delivering innovative solutions to large power producers, distributors, and consumers. Combining our expertise in metering, engineering, demand response, distributed energy, and energy management information systems, we help our clients reduce their total energy expenditure. Visit www.rodanenergy.com for more information.
About Advanced Energy Management Alliance
AEMA is a trade association whose members include national distributed energy resource companies and advanced energy management service and technology providers, including DR providers, united to overcome barriers to nationwide use of demand-side resources. Visit www.aem-alliance.org for more information.
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