Deutsche Bank man joins solar EPC firm Pristine Sun

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A Deutsche Bank specialist in renewable energy investing will join US-based solar project developer and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm Pristine Sun.

Doran Hole, whose duties included putting together credit transactions in renewable energy and hard assets at the investment banking firm has left Deutsche Bank to pursue what he called the “incredible opportunity” offered by the clean energy sector. He will be Pristine Sun’s new chief financial officer.

“Pristine Sun has put together a top-flight team with decades of industry experience and I'm honoured to be a part of it. 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,” Hole said.

Pristine Sun has installed solar in various US states, including a recent floating PV plant in California. The company also signed a joint venture (JV) agreement in August with the downstream arm of China’s ReneSola.

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