Maker of waste heat recovery-powered APU appoints first board
October 30, 2012
BOLTON, Ont. -- EnerMotion, the small Canadian firm looking to commercialize an auxiliary power unit (APU) that runs off waste heat recovery, has announced the formation of its first board of directors.
The Canadian-made Hyper APU runs off waste heat generated by the diesel engine, saving substantial fuel.
BOLTON, Ont. — EnerMotion, the small Canadian firm looking to commercialize an auxiliary power unit (APU) that runs off waste heat recovery, has announced the formation of its first board of directors.
The new board consists of: Howard San Shearer, chairman GE Hitachi, formerly CEO and president Hitachi Power Systems and Hitachi Canada; Keith Wettlaufer, CFO and vice-president, Bruce Power (retired), also having served former senior executive roles with Linamar, Magna and Price Waterhouse; Scott Smith, CEO and president, JD Smith & Sons; and Dallas Kachan, managing partner Kachan & Co., former managing director and executive editor the Cleantech Group in Silicon Valley.
I’m very pleased to announce the formation of a new Board of Directors for EnerMotion, whose mandate is to commercialize our Hyper technology,” announced Jack McDonnell, CEO of EnerMotion.
He said the board will seek out new sources of funding, secure strategic collaborations, implement revised corporate governance and explore enhanced revenue streams for short- and long-term objectives.
Trucknews.com first reported on the Hyper unit last October. You can read the report here.
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