Aberdeen International (TSX: AAB) has seen its hydrogen-focused investee come under new management. AES-100, whom Aberdeen has a minority stake in, this morning announced the appointment of a new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Going forward, Channce Fuller will be leading the firm, bringing his experience in operations, marketing, and business development to the company. Previously, he served as VP, Western Canada for Terrapure Environmental, which is a subsidiary of GFL Environmental. Prior to this, he worked in the fertilizer industry at Nutrien, which is notably the firm in which Aberdeen’s CEO Chris Younger most recently worked at prior to his current role.
Fuller currently holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, in addition to a Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan, and holds a professional engineer designation.
Commenting on the appointment of Fuller to the role, Aberdeen’s CEO Chris Younger stated, “We are delighted to have Channce join AES-100 Inc. to lead the accelerated development of our transformational green hydrogen technology. Channce will bring a unique blend of technical and business development acumen that strengthens the company’s ability to execute.”
Aberdeen International last traded at $0.135 on the TSX.
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