Stephen Lippa joins Instream as VP, Technical Sales & Continuous Improvement
INSTREAM ENERGY SYSTEMS ANNOUNCEMENT
Instream Energy Systems announces Stephen Lippa as Vice President of Technical Sales and Continuous Improvement
Vancouver, BC, Canada, November 20, 2021
Dave Dennis, President, and CEO of Instream Energy Systems, a leading hydrokinetic power technology company, is pleased to announce that Stephen Lippa, M.Sc., will join Instream as the Vice President of Technical Sales and Continuous Improvement.
“Stephen will be integral to developing and deploying effective operational procedures to ensure we deliver efficient and effective value to our customers, strategic partners and shareholders,” said Dave Dennis, CEO, and President of Instream Energy.
Lippa stated, “I am thrilled to join the Instream team. There could not be a better alignment between my values and this clean energy solution. Instream has the right strategy, innovative engineering, and field-proven technology to make affordable and predictable renewable energy a reality. I am honored to be able to contribute to the impact Instream is poised to deliver to the global energy transition.”
Stephen brings strong experience in developing and implementing operational protocols, strategic execution, and accountability mechanisms. His career began as a science teacher, and after a graduate degree in Geomorphology, he transitioned into a series of executive, operational, and management consulting positions for impact businesses. He will be joining Instream immediately.
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About Instream Energy Systems
Instream Energy Systems (IES) is a developer of hydrokinetic power systems and tidal generation projects. Instream works with strategic partners, licensees, and stakeholders to deliver turbines for tidal and inland waterway projects. Since its inception in 2008, IES, a Canadian company with strategic and design partner BAE Systems, has developed a patented high-efficiency vertical axis turbine and demonstrated its viability at projects in North America, the EU, and the UK.