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Stephen Mullennix

Senior Vice President, Operations

Stephen Mullennix is SolarReserve’s Senior Vice President of Operations.  Mullennix directs the company’s efforts in asset management, corporate development and company operations. His involvement with SolarReserve began prior to company formation in his role at US Renewables Group.

Mullennix brings 19 years of experience in the infrastructure and energy industries to his role.  Throughout his career, Mullennix has worked in concert with financial and technical teams to commercialize breakthrough first-of-its-kind technologies in complex industries. He has held senior positions in numerous successful infrastructure companies across the energy, engineering design services and wastewater sectors. Mullennix has negotiated numerous capital raises, investments, divestitures and project arrangements including joint ventures, power purchase agreements, EPC contracts, technology supply agreements, fuel contracts and O&M contracts. Mullennix has led asset management activities and provided oversight of a myriad of projects spanning solar and other renewable energy sectors, as well as transportation, facilities and water/wastewater industries.

Mullennix joined SolarReserve from US Renewables Group, the founding investor in SolarReserve, where he was a Managing Director.  He was actively involved in the initial founding of SolarReserve and has worked with the management team and the company’s investors since inception in 2007. Additionally, Mullennix successfully led the acquisition, management and disposition of multiple investments in US Renewable Group’s three investment funds totaling more than $750 million of equity capital.  Prior to joining US Renewables Group, Mullennix was Associate Vice President at AECOM Technology Company (NYSE: ACM) where he assisted in closing nine M&A transactions and preparing AECOM for its initial public offering.  Mullennix was a Co-Founder of Ennix Incorporated, a family wastewater business which serves small municipalities.

Mullennix earned a Master of Business Administration (with Honors) from the Anderson School at University of California Los Angeles.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economic Geography from Dartmouth College where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude.

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