Boulder, CO – Gravity Renewables announced that Jim Fulmer has joined Gravity Renewables as the Senior Vice President of Operations.
Fulmer left a senior management position at Enel Green Power North America, the U.S. renewable energy subsidiary of European utility Enel, named the 52nd largest company in the world by CNN Money in 2012. Fulmer oversaw operations and business development for Enel’s small hydro business in the United States.
“Gravity Renewables represents the future of small hydro and I am looking forward to joining this fast-growing, dynamic team,” Fulmer said.
“Jim Fulmer has been a valued member of the small hydro industry for thirty years,” said Ted Rose, Gravity Renewables’ Chief Operating Officer. “We are excited that Gravity will benefit from his experience, diligence, and passion for small hydro.”
Prior to joining Enel, Fulmer was part of the management team at CHI Energy that consolidated 65 small hydro plants becoming the largest small hydro producer in the U.S. CHI was acquired by Enel Green Power in 2001.
About Gravity Renewables
Gravity Renewables is a leading national owner, operator and developer of small hydroelectric power plants. Small hydropower provides predictable, reliable, affordable clean energy that’s locally produced. By making a long-term commitment to these neighborhood facilities, Gravity restores and conserves important historical sites, employs local operators and promotes educational and recreational opportunities in the communities it serves. Gravity currently has 30 MW of hydroelectric projects operating and under development in 7 states across the country. For more information please visit www.gravityrenewables.com or contact us at 303.440.3378. Follow Gravity Renewables on Twitter or Facebook.