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Renewable Exchange Limited today announced Gareth Miller has been appointed as the non-executive Chair of the Board, effective 10th of June.

Founded in 2016, Renewable Exchange became the largest Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) platform in the UK and recently expanded its operations to Germany. As part of the growth focus and strategy, the company has appointed a new non-executive Chair of the Board, Gareth Miller.
Gareth will bring over two decades of director level experience across infrastructure project finance, energy policy, consultancy, and in the leadership of high-growth, insight-driven businesses that serve the energy sector. Gareth most recently served as the CEO of Cornwall Insight, a prominent energy analytics, research and consultancy firm. Before that, he headed a successful renewable energy project finance team at Barclays. In addition, Gareth holds a number of advisory and non-executive positions.
“I am delighted to welcome Gareth into the Renewable Exchange team. I look forward to working closely with Gareth to accelerate the company strategy as we expand our service offerings in the UK and launch into international markets. Gareth brings a wealth of experience that will ensure Renewable Exchange continues to make a significant impact to furthering the energy transition” said Robert Ogden, CEO, Renewable Exchange.

“It is fantastic to take up this position. Renewable Exchange has a fantastic platform and a great market position in the UK, linking low-carbon generation with increasing demand for renewable power. The strong performance of the business now unlocks opportunities to expand the product suite, to broaden the reach to new customers, and to serve them in different markets. I look forward to leveraging my experience to support the company in the execution of its strategy, and work closely with Robert and the team as they embark on this exciting next stage of growth” Gareth Miller added.
Renewable Exchange exists to build trust and transparency in the sale of renewable energy. The platform serves thousands of independent power producers, who have transacted more than 2,000 PPAs to date.