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Rebecca Boll Joins Fluence as Chief Product Officer to Further Accelerate Energy Storage Innovation
Experience leading technology development and product management at Fortune 500 industrial companies will support Fluence’s expansion of products and services
Arlington, Va. – June 16, 2020 – Fluence, a Siemens and AES company, today announced that Rebecca Boll will join the company as Chief Product Officer to lead Fluence’s strategic development of products and services for the global utility and commercial & industrial (C&I) energy storage markets, including further enhancements in digital intelligence capabilities. Rebecca joins the company as it launches its sixth-generation energy storage technology stack that simplifies the deployment and operations of energy storage and reduces non-battery costs by up to 25 percent.
“Fluence’s success comes from identifying customer problems and market opportunities first and then creating solutions to meet those needs. Rebecca will lead a cross-functional team to apply that customer-centric perspective as we expand our products and services from the foundation of our sixth-generation technology stack,” said Fluence CEO Manuel Perez Dubuc. “Rebecca’s deep expertise in digital technology and product management will be invaluable as we continue to provide customers with value-added solutions for ever-expanding market applications that BloombergNEF estimates will reach more than $560 billion by 2040.”
Rebecca brings 20 years of leadership experience in digital business, product management and technology development at Fortune 500 companies. Before joining Fluence, she served as Chief Technology Officer for the Digital Buildings business at Schneider Electric, leading a team that assessed advanced technologies to make building more autonomous and sustainable. Prior to that, she was Chief Technology Officer at GE Licensing & Technology Ventures, guiding investments for technology transfer and intellectual property creation. Before that, she held various other leadership roles at GE, including starting and leading GE’s Edge Computing & Software Solutions business segment. Earlier in her career, Rebecca spent time at Northrop Grumman and advertising firm Leo Burnett. Before joining the private sector, she served for six years as an electronic combat officer in the United States Air Force. Rebecca holds a BA in applied mathematics from Boston University and an MA in human relations from the University of Oklahoma.
“I’m looking forward to helping lead Fluence’s next phase of growth as both the company and the global energy storage market continue to expand and mature,” said Rebecca. “There is enormous opportunity for product and service innovation. I look forward to building on Fluence’s long track record of leadership and market “firsts” in the sector as we continue to drive the global transition to a decarbonized grid.”
Fluence, a Siemens and AES company, is the global market leader in energy storage technology solutions and services, combining the agility of a technology company with the expertise, vision and financial backing of two well-established and respected industry giants. Building on the pioneering work of AES Energy Storage and Siemens energy storage, the company’s goal is to create a more sustainable future by transforming the way we power our world. Providing design, delivery and integration, Fluence offers proven energy storage technology solutions that address the diverse needs and challenges of customers in a rapidly transforming energy landscape. The company currently has more than 2.1 gigawatts of projects in operation or awarded across 22 countries and territories worldwide. Fluence topped the Navigant Research utility-scale energy storage leaderboard in 2018 and was named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies in 2019.
To learn more about Fluence, please visit: fluenceenergy.com.
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