New CEO at Exergy
11 October 2021
Exergy International appointed Dario Puglisi as Chief Executive Officer.
The company, based in Italy, is a leading provider of new-generation Organic Rankin Cycle (ORC) with its Radial Outflow Turbine technology; the new CEO is expected to lead the company and its management on a new path of growth and development in the sustainable energy market to address the challenges of the energy transition and become one of its players worldwide.
Puglisi has a degree in Engineering obtained from Politecnico di Milano University and extensive technical and management skills in the Engineering, Procurement and Contractor (EPC) sector for large industrial customers, oil & gas plants and infrastructures, gained while working in major corporations such as Tecnimont and Techint.
“I am delighted to start this new professional path in Exergy, a very dynamic and highly innovative company,” said Puglisi. “Driven by the innovative approach that is Exergy’s key feature, we can offer the market customized solutions for efficient and sustainable power generation, today more and more essential to face the energy transition.”
Exergy is part of China-based TICA Group. Albert Yam, Member of the Board of Exergy International, commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Dario Puglisi as the new Chief Executive Officer of Exergy. His outstanding technical experience in the development of large infrastructures and industrial plants coupled with his managerial skills will strongly contribute to giving new impetus to Exergy’s growth, strengthening its leadership as a solution provider of innovative technology for the geothermal sector and focusing on the development of the waste heat recovery market segment and other applications that can cope with the urgent need to decarbonize our global economy.”
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