Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc. Appoints Renewable Energy Finance Expert John M. Eber to Board of Directors
“We are delighted to welcome John Eber to our Board,” said
“John is an excellent addition to our Board,” said JP Roehm, IEA’s Chief Executive Officer. “His extensive experience in the renewable energy investment sector will be invaluable to IEA. John’s deep industry relationships across the utility-scale wind and solar markets, combined with his proven expertise in capital raising and deal origination and structuring will bring an important, independent perspective to our company as we continue to expand organically and through strategic acquisitions.”
Mr. Eber is a recognized leader in the renewable energy investment sector and ranked fourth in the “Top 100 Power People of 2017” by A Word About Wind, a leading wind industry publication focused on the financial side of the market. Mr. Eber most recently served as President and then Chief Executive Officer of
Throughout his tenure at J.P.Morgan, Mr. Eber gained immeasurable experience in all aspects of team management, financial controls, and investment analysis. From 1992 to 2007, he was Managing Director of Energy Investments, where he helped launch and develop J.P.Morgan’s renewable energy finance practice in 2002. Mr. Eber served on the Board of Directors for both the
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