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PPM Energy Inc., a Portland, Ore.-headquartered provider of wind energy products, has recently appointed Deborah Gronvold vice president/treasurer and Barrett Stambler vice president of renewable origination.

Gronvold brings more than 17 years in the energy business and eight years in investment banking to the position. She has most recently played a key role in PPM Energy's first and second rounds of wind power portfolio financings, and will continue to be responsible for PPM's corporate finance operations functions, including relationship management for ratings agencies, banking and investment banking organizations.

Stambler has more than 20 years of experience in the renewable energy business from working at PPM Energy, PacifiCorp, U.S. Windpower, Calpine and the U.S. Department of Energy. He previously served as the company's managing director of renewable origination and will continue to oversee PPM Energy's wind sales and marketing activities in his new role.




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