SolarReserve, a developer of utility-scale solar power projects, has appointed Michael DuBois as vice president of project management and construction. DuBois will lead the company's efforts to manage the construction of SolarReserve's $1.8 billion of solar power projects that are currently under way, as well as the company's future solar projects in its development pipeline.
SolarReserve says DuBois brings more than 35 years of experience in project management, construction and engineering in the power industry to his new position at SolarReserve. Previously, DuBois was vice president at J-POWER USA, where he was responsible for asset management, late-stage development, and engineering and construction activities in North America.
‘We are excited to have Mike join our team,’ says SolarReserve CEO Kevin Smith." Mike's extensive experience in project and construction management further strengthens our executive team. He will be a major asset to bring our current construction projects through to the finish line and to strengthen our continued development of utility-scale solar projects in the U.S. and internationally.’
SolarReserve says it currently has 356 MW of solar projects in construction, both concentrated solar power (CSP) and photovoltaic, including the 110 MW Crescent Dunes CSP project in Nevada.