November 12, 2013
Tim Curry to serve as Interim-President of the Atlantica Centre for Energy
Stephen MacMackin, Chairman of the Board of the Atlantica Centre for Energy, announced today that Tim Curry will serve as the Interim-President of the Atlantica Centre for Energy effective November 12, 2013. Tim replaces John Herron who has accepted a full time position as a Board Member of the New Brunswick Energy and Utility Board last week.
"The Centre appreciates John's efforts over the past number of years. John helped grow and counsel during his tenure. He continued to strengthen the Centre's role and effectiveness as the regional energy sector continues to evolve. We wish him the best in his new role with the NBEUB." added MacMackin
Mr. Curry was the founding President of the Centre which was established in 2005. He retired in that role in 2010 after previously serving in many roles with the region's foremost telecommunications company - Bell Aliant.
We are grateful to Tim for his willingness to help in this fashion. Tim's principal roles will be to manage the recruitment process for a new President for the Centre." stated MacMackin.
Gord Mouland, President of Fundy Engineering and the Centre's Board Secretary added, "Tim's return to the Centre will provide the Centre with continuity in this period of transition, that will ensure that the Centre continues to make meaningful contributions to the regional energy dialogue."
The Atlantica Centre for Energy is an industry association dedicated to the sustainable growth and economic development of the regional energy sector. The Centre's board includes leading energy professionals and national professional services companies from throughout the region.
The Centre serves as a bridge between corporations and the community to help realize the opportunities associated with the energy sector in Atlantic Canada and the American Northeast. It provides a meeting ground for government, the education and research sectors, and the community at large to foster partnerships and engagement in energy-related issues and policy development.