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Chicago-based Superna Energy LLC, a consulting, management and project development firm for the renewable energy field, has appointed Michele R. Davies as the company's vice president. In her new role, Davies will be responsible for expanding the company’s services to better serve new and existing clients.

Davies joins Superna with over 12 years of diversified and international energy experience, after working in management roles at HyRadix Inc. and MWH Global.

"Given her experience with all aspects of the energy industry, and in particular the renewable space, Michele will be able to immediately contribute to our work with utilities, developers, cooperatives, public power agencies and other energy companies," says Brian Hill, partner at Superna Energy LLC.


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