Carnegie Clean Energy has appointed an interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on account of Aidan Flynn’s resignation from the position.
Carnegie’s Commercial Manager Rebecca Cutter has been named an interim CFO, while the formal recruitment process is being conducted to make a permanent appointment, the company said.
Flyn resigned from Carnegie to take up a new post as the CFO of an ASX-listed company in the robotics industry, according to Carnegie.
Michael Ottaviano, Carnegie’s Managing Director and CEO, said:
“On behalf of the board of directors and management I wish to sincerely thank Aidan for his 8 years of dedicated work and contribution to the company. Aidan leaves in place at Carnegie an outstanding Finance and Commercial team and we wish him all the best for his future endeavors.”
Carnegie Clean Energy is an Australian wave energy technology, and solar/battery microgrid project developer.