ArcLight Capital Partners LLC announced that Leo Denault, who formerly served as Entergy’s chairman and CEO, has been appointed as a senior adviser and ArcLight Power Infrastructure board member, according to a May 9 press release.
Denault retired from Entergy in 2023. Before that, he’d served as the vice president of Cinergy — now Duke Energy.
"Leo is a renowned industry veteran who thoughtfully guided Entergy for many years, helping launch the company's forward-thinking vision and positioning it for continued and long-term success," said Dan Revers, managing partner at ArcLight.
ArcLight is an infrastructure investment firm founded in 2001 and based in Boston, Massachusetts.
"Leo is a renowned industry veteran who thoughtfully guided Entergy for many years, helping launch the company's forward-thinking vision and positioning it for continued and long-term success," said Dan Revers, Managing Partner at ArcLight. "We look forward to tapping his expertise in power generation and energy transition as a strategic resource to our firm."
Denault said he was excited to collaborate with the firm on helping “drive the industry’s transformation.”
"The ongoing and accelerating transition from traditional energy sources to more sustainable infrastructure has created an attractive environment for experienced and skilled investors like ArcLight," Denault said.
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