RENEWABLE energy investment company, Low Carbon, has appointed Juan Martin Alfonso as its new chief financial officer.
Alfonso joins from AES Corporation, a Fortune 500 global power company with 35GW of generating capacity and $16bn (£10bn) in annual revenues, where he spent 12 years in a variety of senior finance roles, including CFO of Europe and the Middle East and EMEA finance managing director.
His expertise includes financial management, accounting, planning, treasury, and risk management, built on operations, financing and complex transactions.
Alfonso says: “It is a great opportunity for me to use my experience to maximise the efficiency and opportunities that renewable energy projects can unlock not only for investors, but for the environment and society as a whole.”
Low Carbon is a privately-owned UK investment company which invests in, owns and operates renewable energy projects – including solar, wind, hydro and anaerobic digestion – taking projects from early stage investment to full scale operation. It is committed to making a positive and significant impact on the causes of climate change.
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