Former Vistra Corp. CEO Curt Morgan has been appointed as a senior adviser infrastructure investment firm ArcLight Capital Partners.
Morgan will work with various ArcLight portfolio companies as well as assist in identifying new investment opportunities across the U.S., the company said in a news release.
“He brings to ArcLight decades of experience, having managed one of the leading integrated publicly traded power companies. Together, we will continue to advance our value-add infrastructure strategy focused on the electrification value chain,” said Dan Revers, ArcLight managing partner.
At Vistra, Morgan helped establish Vistra as a power and energy transition leader while transforming it from a single-state provider into one of the largest power producers and retailers in the country.
“As a pioneer and established leader in power and renewable infrastructure investing, I believe ArcLight is well positioned to capitalize on the electrification mega trend and need for sustainable energy that will help power our nation’s future,” Morgan said. “I look forward to helping ArcLight continue to grow, identify new investment opportunities, and drive value from its investment portfolio.”
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