In Washington, the American Council On Renewable Energy announced that Michael R. Brower has been appointed the new President and CEO of the organization. Brower served as the Interim President and CEO since July 29th, 2013. ACORE Board Co-chair, Dan Reicher said, “Michael Brower brings both a deep understanding of the issues facing renewable energy and first-hand knowledge of ACORE itself. During his recent tenure, he has lead a thorough review of the organization and in-depth goal-setting process for staff. He is the right person to lead ACORE’s successful programs and build strong collaborations with other key players, at a moment of great opportunity–and challenge–for the renewable energy industry.” Brower has been an ACORE member since 2002, a member of the Board of Directors, and is a long time Leadership Council member. Until last week, he served as Senior Federal Policy Director at Mosaic Federal Affairs. Brower is a retired career Naval Officer and Aviator who commanded Sea Strike Squadron Twenty-Two in the first Iraqi War and also served as the Secretary of the Navy’s Special Assistant for Air Warfare.
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