Executive steps down from major developer

After almost 11 years and almost as many GW of wind and solar, the second-in-command at Mainstream Renewable Power is stepping down.

Torben Andersen is stopping at Irish project developer Mainstream Renewable Power, announces the company.

The developer is thereby saying farewell to one of its founding executives. Andersen has been part of Mainstream since it was established 11 years ago, and as second-in-command under CEO Andy Kinsella, he has been responsible for the solar and in particular, onshore wind division, where the Irish have built up a strong base of development projects.

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