The Power Networks Australia (ENA) Board has appointed a brand new chair, deputy chair and three new administrators.
The ENA has introduced Jemena Managing Director, Frank Tudor, as its new chair, and Important Power CEO, John Cleland, as deputy chair.
The ENA has additionally welcomed three new administrators:
- TasNetworks CEO, Dr Seán Mc Goldrick
- Energy and Water Company CEO, Djuna Pollard
- AGIG CEO, Craig de Laine
ENA Chief Government Officer, Andrew Dillon, stated he regarded ahead to working with Mr Tudor, who had made a major contribution to the board as deputy chair and to ENA’s coverage committees over a number of years.
“Frank has broad vitality expertise on each the west and east coasts and I sit up for working with him as our gasoline and electrical energy networks allow a web zero future,” Mr Dillion stated.
“This subsequent 12 months will likely be an thrilling time for the sector and ENA as we proceed to allow the fast progress of renewables and assist altering buyer desires and wishes. We additionally sit up for our upcoming EN2022 convention and exhibition in Brisbane in March.”
Mr Dillon thanked outgoing Chair Ben Wilson, former Australian Gasoline Infrastructure Group (AGIG) CEO, for his high quality management over the previous twelve months.