Electriq Power announced the appointment of Jennifer Lowry to its Board of Directors in an August 17 press release. The change will be effective immediately, as she will be replacing Neha Palmer.
"Electriq is bringing together key constituents from finance, energy, local government, sustainability and more to provide households across the U.S. with secure, affordable, and predictable clean energy," Frank A. Magnotti, board member and CEO of Electriq Power said. "Jennifer’s deep experience in both the energy market and in project finance makes her a perfect addition to the Electriq board.”
Lowry most recently served as a senior executive at McCormick and Company, as Vice President of Corporate Finance and Treasury. Prior to taking on the role at McCormick, She also has more than 25 years of energy industry experience in senior strategy and finance roles at Exelon, Constellation Energy, Cogentrix Energy and AES. During her career, Lowry has developed and enhanced risk management policies and provided strong oversight for financial and commercial transactions and operations.
Electriq, a provider of intelligent energy storage and management, provides turnkey energy solutions that include batteries, solar panels, software, project development, financing, and installation for homeowners in specific geographies and across all customer classes. Through these partnerships, as well as by providing a comprehensive solution portfolio, Electriq makes it possible to deliver complete, clean, affordable, and resilient energy to all homeowners.
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