North Randall, Ohio, January 10, 2018 – Global PoleTrusion Group Corp. (GPGC) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Mr. Eugenio Noel Cuesta, Eng., M.Sc., as Technical Advisor for Renewable Energy.
Mr. Cuesta holds an M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, with postgraduate studies in Mechanical Vibration and Nuclear Engineering. He is currently responsible for new product testing and implementation for Hydro-Québec’s Testing and Commissioning Group. He also worked as a physicist at their Reactor Physics Group at the Gentilly-2 Nuclear Power Plant from 2006 to 2014. Prior to working at Hydro-Québec, Mr. Cuesta was a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Simon Bolivar University in Caracas, Venezuela from 2003 to 2005.
“Mr. Cuesta’s expertise in renewable energy system design and construction will be a valuable asset as we implement our Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) in Central and South America. He has already been instrumental in ensuring the feasibility of our current projects and we look forward to working with him on many more projects to come. “ Said Ramiro Guerrero, President of Global PoleTrusion Group Corp.
Mr. Cuesta said “I am excited to work with the GPGC team to support their innovative projects and their commitment to providing beneficial solutions for the communities in which they operate.”
About Global PoleTrusion Group Corp
Global PoleTrusion Group Corp. (GPGC) is an engineering firm that caters to the needs of utility companies, providing poles and towers that outperform their steel, wood and concrete counterparts. They are stronger, lighter, easier to install, environmentally safer and longer lasting. GPGC provides customized solutions for varying needs all over the world.
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