As a leading designer and developer of advanced battery management technology and manufacturer of battery energy storage solutions, Powin Energy Corporation (Powin) is taking necessary measures to address the increase in demand for large commercial & industrial and utility-scale energy storage applications. To help meet the needs of a rapidly growing industry, Powin has recently added several new team members and today announced that Kate Stock has joined its executive management team as Chief Financial Officer. A seasoned business leader with more than 15 years of finance and strategy experience, Stock brings a passion for doing her part to enable a cleaner energy economy. In this new position, she will manage all aspects of Powin's financing, accounting, and investor relations, including corporate accounting, financial and operational audits, compliance, business processes, and internal and external financial reporting.
Prior to joining Powin Energy, Stock held various positions of increasing responsibility in finance and accounting within the global manufacturing, logistics, and public utility sectors. Most recently, she was the Chief Financial Officer at TransPak, a global manufacturing and logistics corporation. A Northwest-native and graduate of the University of Oregon's Lundquist College of Business, Stock is a Certified Public Accountant (Oregon Board of Accountancy), a Certified Management Accountant (Institute of Management Accountants), and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants).
"With 2.2 GWh of awarded projects, 241 MWh currently in construction, and another 222 MWh already in operation, Powin has had great success establishing ourselves in the market over the last year. I'm personally thrilled to have Kate's leadership and experience managing growth on our team as we rise to meet this exciting challenge," said Geoff Brown, President of Powin. "In her role as CFO, Kate will use her expertise to oversee all accounting, procurement, information technology, risk management, and finance functions, which will be critically important as we continue to expand the business to meet demand for our systems in the U.S. and across the world."
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