Ottawa-based Wind Works Power Corp. (WWPC) has appointed Ingo Stuckmann CEO. In addition, Stuckmann, J.C. Pennie, Thomas Tschiesche and Greg Wilson have been appointed to the company's board of directors.
In 2002, Stuckmann joined Energy Farming International, a wind farm financing and construction company based in Germany. Under his management, 230 MW of wind farm projects were developed in Spain, and 329 MW were developed in the U.S. In 2007, Energy Farming International merged with Seeba Energy Farming Group, and Stuckmann now serves as a principal of the merged entity.
Pennie has developed six wind energy projects representing C$360 million in power contracts that have been sold into joint ventures with international firms such as Energy Farming International of Germany and Schneider Power of Toronto. In addition, Pennie is a member of the Independent Electrical System Operators' renewable energy standing committee.
Tschiesche was general manager at Nordex for over five years. In 2002, serving as the company's CEO, he co-founded Energy Farming International.
Wilson is a financier and corporate strategist. In 1997, he founded EMT Capital Corp., a financial advisory firm that has worked on a number of successful capital market transactions.
In addition, Cam Birge, currently president and a director of WWPC, has agreed to resign as a director and assume the role of chief financial officer.
Concurrent with the appointment of the new management team, William Reed and Lucie Letellier tendered their resignations as officers and directors of the company.
SOURCE: Wind Works Power Corp.