Montréal (Québec) et Portland (Maine), le 8 mars 2018 - ORPC, Inc., dans le but d'améliorer la vie des gens et de leur environnement, ceci grâce à des solutions énergétiques durables, a le plaisir d'annoncer l'embauche d'Alexandre Paris au poste de président-directeur général de sa filiale québécoise, les Énergies Marines Renouvelables Québécoises Inc., ou EMARQ. Formée en 2015, EMARQ étend les activités d'énergie renouvelable marine (ERM) d’ORPC au Canada, offrant des solutions pour réduire les coûts et accroître la disponibilité de l'électricité dans les collectivités éloignées de la région du Nunavik et ailleurs, tout en réduisant les émissions de gaz à effet de serre et en favorisant le développement économique local.
Montréal, Québec, and Portland, Maine, March 8, 2018 – ORPC, Inc., in the business of improving people’s lives and their environment through sustainable energy solutions, is pleased to announce it has hired Alexandre Paris to be President and Chief Executive Officer of its Québec subsidiary, Énergies Marines Renouvelables Québéc?oises Inc., or EMARQ. Formed in 2015, EMARQ expands ORPC’s marine renewable energy (MRE) business into Canada, providing solutions to lower the cost and increase the availability of electricity in remote communities in northern Quebec’s Nunavik region and elsewhere, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and bringing much-needed local economic benefits.
ORPC, Inc., in the business of improving people’s lives, and their environment, through sustainable energy solutions, announced today that it has expanded its executive team to help manage company growth and capitalize on new opportunities in the global underwater power system market.
Effective January 1, Cian Marnagh and Nathan Johnson were promoted and named to ORPC’s management team. Mr. Marnagh, who joined ORPC in 2014, is now Vice President of Engineering and Program Management. With over 20 years’ experience in systems engineering, operations, and product development, he has been instrumental in advancing ORPC’s proprietary marine renewable energy technology. Mr. Johnson, with ORPC since 2012, was named Vice President of Development. He has 20 years’ experience in renewable energy, construction management, and environmental affairs and has played a significant role in ORPC’s highly regarded stakeholder outreach efforts.
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Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC), in the business of improving people’s lives, and their environment through sustainable energy solutions, is pleased to announce that in partnership with the University of Maine Foundation and the Scribner family, it has established the Herbert C. Scribner Jr. Marine Sciences Educational Fund to benefit School of Marine Sciences students. Mr. Scribner was ORPC’s first director of environmental affairs, and a 1971 UMaine graduate in engineering, He died in early 2017.