IRVINE, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Today, CTC Global announced that Bill White has been named as its Director of Business Development, Northeastern United States. In this newly created position, Mr. White is responsible for product marketing and continued sales growth for high value ACCC® conductor products to key utility and industrial accounts in the electricity transmission industry.
“In his new role, Bill will take this message to current and prospective customers in the transmission business. My colleagues and I are thrilled to have him on our team.”
Jim Clyde, CTC Global’s Vice President, Business Development - Americas stated: “Bill has been working closely with CTC on the public policy front for over a year. During this time, he very effectively advocated for the use of CTC’s high performance ACCC conductors and how they could help meet public policy requirements.” Mr. Clyde added, “In his new role, Bill will take this message to current and prospective customers in the transmission business. My colleagues and I are thrilled to have him on our team.”
Previously, Mr. White was President and Founder of Norton White Energy, a consulting firm providing energy and environmental strategy, policy, and analysis to non-profit organizations, trade associations, and corporations. In 2008, Bill founded and served as Senior Advisor to Americans for a Clean Energy Grid (ACEG), an initiative of the Energy Future Coalition and United Nations Foundation dedicated to building broad support for expanding and modernizing America’s high voltage transmission network among utilities, renewable energy developers, environmental advocates, elected officials, and regulators.
Bill holds a Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard University and a B.A. in Biology from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
About CTC Global:
CTC Global is the privately held developer, marketer and manufacturer of composite carbon core used in ACCC®, the high performance, high voltage power line solution. CTC Global serves utility and industrial companies around the world and has provided core used in over 450 projects totaling over 45,000 kilometers of power line conductors. CTC Global is located in Irvine, California.