Portland, OR, (March 9, 2022) — Powin LLC (Powin), a global leader in the design and manufacturing of safe and scalable battery energy storage solutions, announced today that Anthony Carroll has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer. Anthony brings to Powin a deep understanding of the global energy storage landscape and leadership experience gained while driving performance at top global power companies. As the company’s first Chief Revenue Officer, Anthony will lead Powin’s Revenue, Sales Operations, and Marketing; growing the company’s global market share in energy storage.
Anthony brings a unique combination of experience in large corporations such as Siemens Gamesa / Gamesa Electric in North America as their Managing Director, focusing on PV and Energy Storage. Previously, at Schneider Electric, he led the energy business in Renewables for Residential, Commercial, Utility Scale, and Energy Storage for the Americas and Australia. He also brings valuable experience in hyper growth companies like Power Electronics, where he helped them become one of the global leaders of PV and Energy Storage.
Geoff Brown, CEO of Powin, said, “We are delighted to bring Anthony on to our team at this critical time in Powin’s growth. For more than a decade, Anthony has been a key player in the advancement of the renewable energy industry, and we are so excited to have his expertise and perspective as we build the future of energy.”
Anthony commented, “I am so excited to combine my passion for renewables and sustainability and my experience leading high performing teams all over the world to help Powin strengthen our customer relationships, drive business growth and advance towards our goal of becoming the global leader in energy storage.”
For the past decade, Powin has worked to advance its patented battery management technology and develop market-leading product offerings. Headquartered in Oregon, Powin has built over 2,000 MWh of systems in 12 states and 8 countries. Powin has a contracted pipeline to supply over 5,800 MWh of energy storage systems globally over the next three years.