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Nature Energy appoints Alexis Glick CEO of North American business

Energy Nature Glick

CEO for North America

Firstly, Nature Energy is a global leader in biomethane and renewable energy. The company, announced the appointment of Alexis Glick as CEO of its North America busines.

 Secondly, she is a finance executive and environmental, social and governance (ESG) thought leader.

Thirdly, Alexis Glick will help drive the company’s United States and Canada expansion and advance a robust pipeline of greenfield biomethane projects across the United States and Canada.

About Alexis Glick

Glick brings three decades of successfully building businesses and leading teams at major financial, media and philanthropic businesses. 

She served as CEO of GENYOUth. There she built and led the largest public-private partnership in support of the health of and wellbeing of 40 million American students with the National Football League, America’s dairy farmers, Fortune 500 companies and multiple federal agencies. 

Glick lead one of the largest cable news networks in history; Fox Business. Also she was the first woman to run a bulge bracket investment banking business during her tenure at Morgan Stanley. 

The addition of Alexis to our senior management team brings an extraordinary mix of operations, technology transformation and management experience to advance our goal of leading the Biogas 2.0 movement and enhancing a circular economy for sustainable agriculture. Leveraging her existing connections and relationships with public and private leaders at the highest level, Alexis will lead our North American expansion while educating policy makers, farmers and customers in the U.S. and Canada on the benefits of biomethane. We are excited about our collective development pipeline and the opportunities ahead to increase adoption of biomethane as a renewable power source that advances the global energy transition.

Ole Hvelplund, president and CEO of Nature Energy.

I’m excited to join the Nature Energy team and lead our North American growth strategy at a time when the global opportunity for biogas and renewable energy has never been stronger. Our ability to apply our know-how and first-in-class technology at scale – to help drive measurable impact and solve the greatest energy- and climate-challenges of our time couldn’t be more important. 

Alexis Glick.

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Nature Energy in North America

Nature Energy is the largest producer of biogas energy in the world. The company owns and operates 12 biogas plants in Denmark and one in each of the Netherlands and France. 

Moreover, the company has significant inroads into the North American market. It acquired land to build its first North American biogas plants in Farnham, Louisville, and Saint-Joseph de Beauce, Quebec; and Roberts, Wisconsin; Wilson, Minnesota; and Benson, Minnesota, a central node for the dairy industry in the Midwest. 

In addition, the plants will provide a manure management solution for local farmers; helping them lower their carbon footprint; while also producing renewable energy and return nutrient-rich fertilizer back onto the farm. 

Finally Nature Energy is poised to impact the renewable energy landscape through the formation of partnerships with North America’s dairy farmers, large scale food and industrial companies, and help support the rapid adoption of clean biogas fuels to help decarbonize the energy footprint in North America.

Read more about Nature Energy, here.

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