Pristine Sun hires former Deutsche Bank director as new CFO

Pristine Sun, an independent power producer, a full service EPC, and a leading developer of small utility-scale solar PV power plants, announced that the company has hired Doran Hole to serve as its new chief financial officer.

pristine sunHole comes to Pristine Sun from Deutsche Bank, a leading global investment bank with a top-tier structured finance franchise. A CFA charterholder and CPA, he has over 20 years of experience across capital markets originating, structuring and implementing credit transactions with a focus on hard assets and renewable energy with prior banking experience at ING and Macquarie Bank.

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“We’re very excited to have Doran on our team,” said Pristine Sun Founder/CEO Troy Helming. “We know his experience and vision will help us continue to meet and exceed the ambitious goals we’ve set for ourselves as we fulfill our mission of being the most successful and respected solar energy company in the business.”

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“Pristine Sun has put together a top flight team with decades of industry experience and I’m honored to be a part of it,” Hole said. “The renewable energy sector, and solar power in particular, presents an incredible opportunity and Pristine Sun has positioned itself well to continue to grow and expand. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to help guide and drive that growth moving forward.”

Pristine Sun’s core management team members have more than a decade of experience in the development and finance of solar and wind projects with a combined total of over $3 billion. Pristine Sun, originally backed by a $20 billion private equity fund, is majority owned by its 60-plus employees located throughout the United States. In February, the company signed an agreement to build the largest floating solar project in the United States. In March, the company signed an agreement to build Vermont’s largest solar project on a landfill in Brattleboro, Vt.

 

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