Skyline Clean Energy Fund Appoints New Trustee; Welcomes Skyline Energy Director of Business Development
March 2, 2020 Press Releases
Appointment of Deborah Whale to SCEF Board of Trustees
A seasoned ambassador of Ontario’s agriculture, poultry, and clean energy sectors, Deborah Whale is lending her expertise to the SCEF Board of Trustees.
Ms. Whale joins the board with an impressive CV, including service on the boards of directors of the Ontario Power Authority and Independent Electricity System Operator.
Her clean energy expertise extends to the installation of biodigesters (which produce renewable biogas energy from organic material, like manure) and solar net metering systems for farm and residential use. Her family enterprise, Clovermead Farms, received a sustainability award from Dairy Farmers of Canada in 2014.
“I’m a long-standing proponent of environmental stewardship across Ontario’s business sectors,” said Ms. Whale.
“Corporations must be accountable for their use of natural resources, and now, more than ever, they must take action to minimize the footprint they leave on the environment. I see Skyline Clean Energy Fund as an opportunity for the everyday investor to help propel the growth of clean energy production across the province.”
New Skyline Energy Team Member: Tyler Balding, Director of Business Development
As Director of Business Development for Skyline Energy, Tyler will use his wealth of experience in the clean energy industry to secure new opportunities for Skyline Clean Energy Fund. Tyler’s primary focus will be originating and obtaining new renewable energy assets, with a focus on energy storage acquisitions for the Fund.
Tyler joined Skyline Energy with 14 years of experience in the renewable energy sector, specializing in solar and battery technologies. His previous positions include GM, Energy Storage at Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada, where he secured tender with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and Toronto Hydro to execute one of the largest eBus deployments in North America. Prior thereto, Tyler was Director of Project Business Development, Canada at Canadian Solar Inc., where he led a team to the successful bid for the Kingston Solar 140 MW/DC solar project.
Tyler holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University.
About Skyline Clean Energy Fund
Skyline Clean Energy Fund (“SCEF”) is a privately owned and managed portfolio of medium to large scale clean energy assets, focused on acquiring income-producing assets across Canada, under long-term government contracts.
Skyline Clean Energy Fund is offered as an alternative investment product through Skyline Wealth, the exclusive Exempt Market Dealer (EMD) for the Fund.
Skyline Clean Energy Fund is committed to surfacing value to its investors through asset monitoring and optimization, while providing a sustainable investment product based in clean, renewable energy.
To learn more about Skyline Clean Energy Fund and its asset manager, Skyline Energy, please visit skylineenergy.ca.
To learn about additional alternative investment products offered through Skyline Wealth, please visit skylinewealth.ca.
Skyline Clean Energy Fund is operated and managed by Skyline Group of Companies.
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