President & Chief Executive Officer
Markham District Energy
Since 2002 Bruce Ander has held the position of President & CEO of Markham District Energy (MDE); a thermal energy utility owned by the City of Markham. MDE is recognized as a Canadian and international leader in the development of modern district energy systems providing reliable, resilient and sustainable energy to Markham’s new urban centres. Mr. Ander has spent over 35 years in Ontario’s energy sector developing community energy systems and combined heat & power facilities. Past Chair of the International District Energy Association, the Canadian District Energy Association, the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance, and the Association of Power Producers of Ontario. In 2013 MDE was the recipient of the IDEA’s System of the Year award, the highest honour the association can confer on a district energy system. In the same year, Ander was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Government of Canada in recognition of the recipient’s contribution to the municipal sector in Canada.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Michael Angemeer is the President and CEO of Veridian Corporation, a progressive, community-owned energy company that provides electricity distribution and renewable energy to more than 120,000 customers in nine municipalities across east central Ontario.
Mr. Angemeer was the founding Chair and President of the Durham Strategic Energy Alliance (DSEA), a former past chair of the Spark Centre Regional Innovation Centre, and a past member of the Board of Governors of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). He was Chair of the Electricity Distributors Association’s (EDA) Board of Directors in 2006, and has served on a number of task forces and committees in various capacities at the EDA, Ontario Energy Board (OEB) and provincial government.
Mr. Angemeer is a respected leader in the energy industry — advocating positive change for the electricity system, utilities, customers and shareholders. His experience has spanned 29-plus years of business improvement in electrical distribution and transmission, and new business development at Veridian, Enersource and Ontario Hydro.
Baker brings a wealth of financial, business development, marketing and customer service experience to the role, which he assumed in January 2012.
Baker joined Union Gas in 1989 and has held a number of senior management positions in regulatory, finance and marketing over the course of his career. Prior to his current role, he served as vice president and treasurer of Spectra Energy Corp. He also previously served as vice president of business development – storage and transmission for Union Gas, managing the business development activities for storage and transmission as well as gas supply acquisition and planning, product and service development, customer support, system planning and capacity management.
Prior to joining Union Gas, Baker was an accountant with Clarkson Gordon (Ernst & Young). During his four years with Clarkson Gordon, he worked in audit and tax and served a variety of corporate clients.
Baker is a chartered professional accountant and a certified management accountant. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in honours chartered accountancy studies from the University of Waterloo in 1986 and his Master of Accounting from the University of Waterloo in 1987. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario, the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and The Society of Management Accountants of Ontario.
Liberty Power Co.
Scott leads the North American greenfield development team at Liberty Power Co., the unregulated generation division of Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp, with accountability for new project development and contracting. Scott has been with Algonquin Power and Utilities since 2014. In his previous roles with Algonquin Power Co., Scott held commercial/P&L responsibility for Algonquin’s Canadian wind, North American solar, and Canadian hydro portfolios, including run-of-river hydro and solar sites in Ontario.
Most of Scott’s career has been spent in clean technology business development and commercialization, within organizations ranging from early stage start-ups to major multinationals. Prior to joining Algonquin Scott held executive and general management roles with companies providing clean-tech solutions to industry-leading organizations in the power generation, petrochemical, mining, and heavy industrial sectors.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Chemical) degree from Queen’s University, where he focused on environmental and biochemical engineering, and a Masters of Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business – University of Western Ontario.
Allan Bonner Communications Management Incorporated
After working his way through graduate school as a journalist, Allan worked for a time in municipal government and for a Schedule III agency of the Ontario Government (TVOntario). He then founded a communications company which has helped the highest need clients on 5 continents face some of the most contentious issues of our times. He is studying for his 7th post-graduate degree. He has been accredited in two Canadian provinces. For 30 years he has taught regularly at the post-graduate level. He has been a sessional, contract, and intensive one-day instructor at: Seneca College, Centennial College, the Banff School of Fine Arts, the Canadian Police College, the Federal Study Centre, the Canadian Foreign Service Institute, York University, Osgoode Hall Law School, Leicester University, and the University of Regina. He has been a guest lecturer at the George Washington University, the University of Western Ontario, the University of Ottawa, the University of Toronto, New York University, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and many others.
Dr. Allan Bonner, BA, BEAD, MA, MSc, DBA, LLM, MScPI, MPPA (Cand.) has helped approximately 30,000 senior executives, over thirty years, to deal with some of the most controversial and public issues of our time. He has worked with the military, including Peacekeepers, the Provost Marshall, the Judge Advocate General (JAG), and the Military Complaints Commissioner. He has helped international diplomats, domestic, central, and offshore banks, 11 oil, gas, and chemical companies, and other blue-chip clients on five continents. His political work includes helping 12 heads of government, 100 cabinet ministers, G7, G8, and UN delegations, the WTO, NATO, IAEA, and many others. He has worked in Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Bangkok, Beijing, Singapore, Canberra, Budapest, Geneva, Bled, Vienna, Kuwait City, Nairobi, most American States, Mexico, and all Canadian Provinces.
Vince Brescia President and Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Energy Association
Vince is the President and CEO of the Ontario Energy Association. Most recently, Vince was the President of Wyse Meter solutions, a fast growing submetering and utility expense management company. Vince led the company through a period of 600% growth in installed meters. Prior to that Vince was the President and CEO of the Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO) from 2000 to 2013, a non-profit industry association representing rental housing owners and managers across Ontario. During his time at FRPO, Vince’s leadership was instrumental in obtaining property tax reform for rental owners and residential tenants, and in preserving vacancy decontrol/recontrol when a new government considered reinstituting unit-based rent control. Vince served as a director of the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation as it made reforms to adopt modern assessment practices.
Previously his career included senior roles with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the Greater Toronto Home Builders Association, LIUNA Local 183, and Clayton Research Associates Ltd. Vince also spent a number of years working at Queen’s Park, with positions in the Ontario Ministries of Finance, Treasury Board, and Municipal Affairs and Housing.
Vince currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Federation of Apartment Associations, and has previously served as Chair of Toronto Hydro Energy Services Inc. and as a Director for Toronto Hydro Corporation and the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation.
President & Chief Executive Officer
Association of Power Producers of Ontario
David Butters has been APPrO’s president and chief executive officer since April 2004.
Mr. Butters has an extensive background in government, government relations, and corporate and advertising communications.
Prior to joining APPrO he was Vice President, Public Affairs for Hill & Knowlton Canada, with responsibility for their national energy practice. He was also Chief of Staff to the Hon. Tom Hockin in the Mulroney government.
He sits on Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator’s Stakeholder Advisory Committee, representing Ontario generators, and is a member of the IESO’s Market Renewal Working Group and the Ontario Energy Board Chair’s Advisory Roundtable. He is also a Director of the Churchill Society.
Mr. Butters is a graduate of York University in Toronto.
Ron loves the challenge of operating a practice at the intersection of corporate/commercial, energy and municipal law. Having advised numerous clients through the historical and institutional development of the energy market in Ontario. Ron brings extensive experience and perspective to guiding his energy clients through both the immediate and anticipated steps of a transaction. In addition, with a deep interest in the intersection of law and public policy, Ron enjoys meeting the unique challenges of his clients with respect to the constant evolution of the energy market.
Ron’s corporate/commercial practice includes advising corporations, financial institutions, municipalities and individuals on commercial agreements, asset and share purchase transactions, mergers and acquisitions, private placements and secured lending transactions. The energy side of his practice involves counselling stakeholder groups, retailers, distributors and generators on legislative and policy matters relating to electricity markets.
Ron has been retained in connection with power procurement arrangements, development of generation and cogeneration facilities and the Ontario government’s clean energy supply and renewable energy supply RFPs and contracts. He has also been involved in electricity restructuring in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Albania, Macedonia and the Regional Southeast European market. Additionally, Ron chaired the Ontario Energy Association’s Task Force on Ontario’s proposed electricity legislation.
Ron has a background in public international law and previously served as a diplomat with the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, with postings in Ottawa and Brussels.
Senior Business Developer – Energy Sector
Hilti (Canada) Corporation
Phil Danielse is the Senior Business Developer for the Energy Sector. He is responsible for developing and implementing strategic action plans for growing Hilti’s footprint in the utility industry in Eastern Canada. A large part of his role is understanding and respecting the engineering and tool approval process for individual utility companies. He also participates in product development to ensure that Hilti comes out with new tools which are relevant to the Power Industry. For example, Mr. Danielse is working closely with tool committees to launch field trials on battery operated 6-ton cutters and crimpers. This work will also continue in 2018 when Hilti releases its 12-ton platform.
Prior to joining Hilti, Mr. Danielse spent 3 years with a leading instrumentation company as the Sales and Marketing Manager for North America. During his tenure, he implemented a strategic business development plan which focused on re-establishing the company as a respected advisor in their market.
Mr. Danielse is a graduate of Concordia University and is a member of the Ontario Energy Association.
Executive Chairman North America
Enwave Energy Corporation
Dennis Fotinos is Executive Chairman, Enwave North America. He is responsible for good corporate governance and establishing the long-term growth strategy for the business. He also manages key stakeholder relationships, recommends accretive service and product offerings and identifies and develops large step-growth opportunities in Enwave’s established markets.
As Chairman of the non-profit Toronto District Heating Corporation (1998-2000), Mr. Fotinos initiated and led the privatization efforts that ultimately led to the creation of Enwave. Then, as President and CEO of Enwave from 2001- 2016, he led the business to sustained profitability and transformed Enwave into an industry leader. Notably, he initiated and oversaw the development of Enwave’s Deep Lake Water Cooling system (2002-2004) and established the commercial strategy that made the project economically viable.
In 2012, Mr. Fotinos initiated and led the sale process for Enwave realizing significant value for the exiting shareholders. He then stayed-on to assist the new owner, Brookfield Asset Management, to grow the business across North America.
Mr. Fotinos has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and the Schulich School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Political Science from the University of Toronto.
Mr. Fotinos has served as an elected member of regional and local governments in the City of Toronto from 1991 to 1999. From 2003-2010, he served as Director and then Chairman of the Board of the International District Energy Association (the “IDEA”). He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Build Toronto, where he chairs the Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee and on the Green Ontario Board (“GreenOn”), which is charged with deploying the proceeds from Ontario’s Cap and Trade System to reduce GHG’s from buildings.
The Canadian Wind Energy Association
Brandy Giannetta has been the Ontario Regional Director with the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) since 2012. CanWEA is the voice of Canada’s wind energy industry, actively promoting the responsible and sustainable growth of wind energy on behalf of its members and all Canadians. Brandy leads the Ontario based membership in CanWEA’s efforts to serve as Canada’s leading source of credible information about wind energy and its social, economic and environmental benefits. Brandy also currently holds a position on the Advisory Board of Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE).
Prior to joining CanWEA, Brandy was Government Relations Manager at the largest provincial hospitality industry association in Canada. She also worked as a political staffer at Queen’s Park for eight years before leaving to join the ecoENERGY sector in Ontario, administering NRCan’s Retrofit for Homes Program and the Ontario Home Energy Savings Program.
Brandy studied at the University of Ottawa and the University of Windsor and has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Arts in Political Science and Public Policy.
Vice President, Business Development
Carl Hayes is Vice President of Business Development for Stratejm – creator of Canada’s first Cloud-based Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS). He is responsible for the overall growth strategy of the organization. Mr. Hayes has 10 years of progressive experience in architecting complex IT solutions and managed services to enterprise customers. Prior to joining Stratejm, Mr. Hayes spent 5 years with a leading global security integrator. During this time, Mr. Hayes developed a focused practice dedicated to serving the unique needs of the Energy Sector. Mr. Hayes is a recognized expert on cybersecurity and serves on the Boards of the Mackenzie Institute and the Ontario Energy Association’s IT Committee.
President and Chief Executive Officer
As the President and CEO of Entegrus Inc. Jim Hogan is responsible for running all facets of the business and works directly with the Board of Directors and Shareholders to meet their financial and operational objectives. Jim joined Entegrus Inc. in 2001 and held the position of Chief Financial and Regulatory Officer before accepting the role of President and CEO in 2009. Under Jim’s leadership, Entegrus has recently completed the merger with St Thomas Energy. This is the fourth utility to merge with Entegrus which now serves 17 communities in South-Western Ontario. He has introduced new technology and supported renewable generation projects.
Prior to joining Entegrus, Jim held leadership positions in the gas, water and electrical industry, notably Union Gas and the Windsor Utilities Commission.
Jim is an active member in the Ontario Energy sector, serving as Chair in 2014 for the Electricity Distributors Association. He is a participant in the Ontario Energy Board’s (OEB) Industry Advisory Committee and Chair’s leadership roundtable
Jim is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds an MBA from the University of Windsor. In 2015 Jim obtained his Chartered Director Designation from the Directors College (a joint venture of McMaster University and the Conference Board of Canada).
Arbitrator & Counsel, Former Vice Chair Ontario Energy Board
Energy Arbitration Chambers
Gordon Kaiser is an Arbitrator and Mediator practicing in Toronto and Washington DC at the JAMS Resolution Centre. His practice involves domestic and international disputes in energy, infrastructure, regulation and technology. He served as Vice Chairman of the Ontario Energy Board for six years. Mr. Kaiser has advised both regulators and utilities. The regulators include the Ontario Energy Board, the Alberta Utilities Commission, the Commissioner of Competition, the Ontario Independent Electricity System Operator and the Competition Tribunal. The utilities include Toronto Hydro, Union Gas, Bell Canada, Hydro One, PowerStream, London Hydro, Ontario Power Generation, AltaLink and EPCOR.
Mr. Kaiser has mediated settlements in the energy and technology sector, including disputes on multi-year rate plans between public utilities and their major customers and long term contracts for the pricing of gas, electricity and wireless data. He has advised the Alberta’s Utility Commission and the Ontario IESO on settlements under the Market Rules and the Attorney General Canada on settlements under the Competition Act.
Mr. Kaiser has arbitrated disputes dealing with the construction of transmission and pipeline facilities, power purchase agreements, gas supply contracts, the construction of power plants and wind and solar interconnection. He is a member of the JAMS Global Engineering and Construction panel in Washington DC, the Independent Electricity System Operator panel in Toronto, the ICC Canadian arbitration panel in Ottawa and the London Court of International Arbitration. Mr. Kaiser has served as an Adjunct Professor at Queens University, the University of Toronto and the Osgoode Hall Law School. He is Co-Chair of the Canadian Energy Law Forum and a Managing Editor of the Energy Regulation Quarterly. He is recognized as one of Canada’s leading Arbitrators by Chambers Global.
Leonard Kula Vice President, Planning, Acquisition and Operations, and Chief Operating Officer
Leonard Kula, Vice President, Planning, Acquisition and Operations and Chief Operating Officer
Leonard Kula is Chief Operating Officer and Vice President, Planning, Acquisition and Operations at the IESO. In this role, Mr. Kula is responsible for the reliable and efficient province-wide power system both today and in the future. This includes planning, market design, resource and transmission procurement, real-time operations and engineering, and the Market Renewal Program.
Prior to this position, Mr. Kula held a number of positions of increasing responsibility at the IESO, including Vice President, Market and System Operations (2016-17), Director, Power System Assessments (2016), Director, Market Operations (2013-15), Manager, System Operations (2011-13), and Manager, Market Forecasts and Integration (2009-10).
Mr. Kula began his career at Ontario Hydro in 1986 designing control systems and building simulators for Ontario’s nuclear power plants. He joined the IESO in 1999.
Mr. Kula holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering (University of Calgary), an M.A.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering (University of Waterloo) and an M.B.A. (York University), and is registered as a Professional Engineer in Ontario.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Oakville Enterprises Corporation
As President and CEO, Rob has grown Oakville Enterprises and its group of businesses to become a leading energy and infrastructure services organization throughout Ontario and beyond. Through 12 operating brands, OEC operates a dynamic portfolio of synergistic businesses specializing in Electricity Distribution, Infrastructure Services, Energy Services, and Generation.
For over 35 years, Rob has served and provided leadership in the energy and infrastructure sectors. Previous roles at Toronto Hydro, Earth Energy, OZZ Energy Solutions and Horizon Utilities have contributed to Rob’s broad range of expertise in leading and growing organizations.
Community and industry participation includes the Board of Directors of the Ontario Energy Association (Vice-Chair), Board of Directors of the Canadian Electricity Association, former Board of Directors of United Way Oakville and 2015 Chair of the United Way Oakville Campaign Cabinet, CEO partner of the GridSmartCity Cooperative, Board of Advisors for the Entripy Group and a long standing Director with the Oliphant Campers’ Association (one of the oldest cottage associations in Canada) as well as the Harbourmaster liaison to Fisheries and Oceans Canada for the Oliphant Harbour. Rob also actively participates in the Electricity Distributors Association.
He is a professional engineer, with a degree in Engineering and Management, and an MBA, both from McMaster University.
John Livey holds an Honours Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Sciences in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Toronto, and later graduated from the Public Executive Program at Queen’s University.
From 2000 – 2011, Mr. Livey was CAO of Markham and President of Markham Enterprises Corporation, which holds shares in Power Stream and Markham District Energy. Prior to his role in Markham, Mr. Livey was the Commissioner of Planning and Development Services for the Regional Municipality of York (1992-1999).
In his current role as Deputy City Manager, City of Toronto, Mr. Livey’s portfolio includes Water, Transportation, Solid Waste Management, Engineering & Construction Services, City Planning, Fire, Building, Emergency Management, Licensing & Standards, Capital Infrastructure Coordination as well as the Waterfront Secretariat.
He has served on many boards:
First President of Ontario Professional Planners Institute (1986)
Former Board Member for the Ryerson University Planning Program Advisory Board
Past-President of the Canadian Institute of Planners and Ontario Professional Planner’s Institute
Former Board of Governors for Excellence Canada
Past-Director of the Centre for Sustainable Transportation
First President of the Society for Conflict Resolution in Ontario
Andres Mand Manager, Industry Policy & Compliance
Ontario Energy Board
Andres Mand is a professional engineer who has worked in the power sector for over 40 years. Over his career, he has had opportunities to work on many of its aspects. A significant portion of his career was in the field, where he managed the installation and refurbishment of nuclear reactors, as well as construction and upgrading of transmission facilities. Andres progressed his career managing portions of a large utilities supply chain, and implementing ERP systems. Andres also was the Director of Engineering for over 8 years, managing a major utility’s engineering work force comprised of internal staff and engineering consultants, including all aspects of transmission design, and distribution standards. His accountabilities included cyber security focused on achieving NERC CIP compliance.
Andres joined the Ontario Energy Board in 2012 as the Manager of policy, and has continued to work with stakeholders and industry to improve sector regulations. Early policy work has included the establishment of regional planning. Current policy consultations include the development of a sector wide Cyber security framework, cost responsibility for investments with multiple beneficiaries, as well as Commercial and Industrial distribution rate review.
lan Mondrow leads Gowling WLG’s energy regulation and policy practice in the firm’s Toronto office. He advises on a variety of matters in the natural gas and electricity sectors, including:
Regulatory policy and processes
Rates and tariff matters
Compliance and licensing issues
lan has represented electricity generators, transmitters and distributors, competitive energy retailers and energy consumers before the Ontario Energy Board, the National Energy Board, and in other Canadian regulatory forum.
lan is a member of the Council for Clean & Reliable Electricity, a federally incorporated non-profit organization that was formed to provide a platform for open public dialogue and a solutions-oriented approach to the challenges of the energy sector.
Prior to joining Gowling WLG, lan practised at a prominent national firm, served as special advisor to the chair of the Ontario Energy Board, and was Vice-President; Government & Regulatory Affairs with a major integrated energy retail and solutions company.
Greg Petit Managing Director
Power & Energy Infrastructure
BMO Capital Markets – Investment Banking
Greg J. Petit
Greg joined the Power & Energy Infrastructure Group at BMO Capital Markets in 2006. He has extensive experience advising a wide range of clients across North America on mergers, acquisitions and divestitures as well as equity and debt financings, with a particular focus on power generation and regulated utilities. Greg is a CFA charterholder and also holds the Chartered Accountant and Chartered Business Valuator designations.
Vice Chair of the Ontario Energy Board
Ken Quesnelle was appointed Vice Chair of the Ontario Energy Board in February 2014, and a full-time member in August of 2005. Mr. Quesnelle has worked in various positions in the electricity distribution sector and is a past Chair of the Electricity Distributors’ Association. He has over 30 years of experience in the utility and municipal administration business which includes electricity and water distribution as well as water supply and related environmental protection. Mr. Quesnelle is a past Chair of CAMPUT (Canada’s Energy and Utility Regulators) and is a member of the International Confederation of Energy Regulators’ (ICER) and Co -Chair of its Technology and Innovation working group. Mr. Quesnelle is also an Executive Committee member of the Advisory Council of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
President and Chief Executive Officer
ENWIN Utilities Ltd
Helga Reidel is President and Chief Executive Officer of ENWIN Utilities Ltd., and the ENWIN Group of Companies, and is an executive with more than 30 years of progressively responsible experience in the public and private sectors. Past positions include Chief Administrative Officer/ City Manager for the City of Windsor, Vice President of the Windsor Detroit Tunnel Corporation, and Vice President of Finance for Windsor Family Credit Union. She has also held management positions with the Greater Essex County District School Board, Hiram Walker & Sons Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Helga is currently a member of the Board of Governors of the University of Windsor, the Board of Directors of the Windsor Public Library, the Board of Directors for United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County and is a Founding member, Treasurer and Board Member of the Detroit Branch of the Private Directors Association. Past board appointments have included positions on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Municipal Administrators’ Association, Secretary to the Windsor Utilities Commission, the University of Windsor Mediation Services Board, and the Ontario Labour Relations Secretariat’s Employer Advisory Committee.
Helga is a graduate of the University of Windsor with Honours Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting and Bachelor of Education degrees, and holds a CPA, CA designation.
National Cyber Security Leader
Danny Timmins, CISSP, is MNP’s National Cyber Security Leader and a member of the firm’s Enterprise Risk Services team. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience, Danny is responsible for leading and mentoring an experienced, highly skilled cyber security team in the delivery of customized, client-focused cyber security managed services, product solutions and professional services.
Danny’s expertise includes working with executives and boards to assist with the development of prioritized and strategic cyber security strategies. By focusing on deliverables that fit clients’ unique business needs and objectives, he helps organizations improve awareness and reduce and manage overall cyber risk.
Prior to joining MNP, Danny was the CEO and president of a cyber security company he co-founded that won numerous industry awards. Respected throughout the cyber security community, he travels across North America to attend and often speak at various industry events, sharing his knowledge and collaborating on the direction of cyber security in the marketplace.
Danny also sits on the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) Cyber Security Council, working to further cyber security with Canada.
Danny holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) designation. His desire to lead and share goes beyond business to the community and he has been an active volunteer for more than 28 years.
Executive Vice President, Utility Innovation and Chief Conservation Officer
Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
As Executive Vice-President and Chief Customer Care and Conservation Officer for Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited, Mr. Tyrrell is responsible for leading all aspects of the customer care and conservation and demand management business unit, including the media, municipal relations, marketing and customer communications. With a corporate emphasis on delivering superior customer service, his role includes all aspects of strategic planning, execution and related business operations. Previous to this role, Mr. Tyrrell has held executive leadership roles including General Manager and President of Toronto Hydro Energy Services Inc.
Mr. Tyrrell has an engineering and business educational background, with over 29 years of experience in the utility and energy services industry.