Invenergy, a renewable energy company based in Chicago, has announced three key promotions at its corporate office.
Bryan Schueler has been promoted to vice president of development for the U.S. Central region. Schueler, formerly the vice president of project management, successfully led the late-stage development and construction of more than 15 power projects for Invenergy since he joined the company in 2003.
He will assume responsibility for development of all power projects in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Schueler will report to Jim Shield, senior vice president of development.
Mike Frerker has been promoted to vice president of engineering. He has been with Invenergy since 2004 as the company's chief engineer and will lead its engineering and meteorological activities.
Art Fletcher, a development and construction manager, has been promoted to director of construction. He will lead Invenergy's wind project construction activities, including on-site construction management. He has been with Invenergy since 2007. Both Frerker and Fletcher will report to Pat West, senior vice president of engineering, procurement and construction.
SOURCE: Invenergy LLC