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Announcement of appointment of new CEO

Tilt Renewables 2 mins read

The Board of Tilt Renewables has announced the appointment of Anthony Fowler as Chief Executive Officer.

Anthony has spent the last 8 years as the Chief Executive Officer of Lochard Energy and prior to this held senior positions at several other energy businesses. Anthony will join Tilt Renewables in February 2024.

Anthony brings a wealth of experience in the renewable energy sector, with over 20 years’ working for major energy companies in the Australian and US energy markets.

“Following an extensive search, the Board is delighted to welcome Anthony into this role. Anthony has a demonstrated record of guiding energy businesses through periods of significant transformation and growth,” said Tilt Renewables Chair, Cheryl Bart AO.

“I am honoured to join Tilt Renewables and to have the opportunity to lead some of the most talented people in the renewables business who have made Tilt Renewables Australia’s leading renewable energy company,” Anthony said.

Chair, Cheryl Bart AO said: “I would like to recognise the outstanding contribution that Steve Symons continues to make to the business and to thank him for stepping up into the role of Interim CEO, leading our business through this transition.”




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About Tilt Renewables

We are a leading integrated renewable energy business delivering reliable, competitive and sustainable energy for our customers with 1.3 GW of operational assets, 496 MW under construction and a development pipeline over 5 GW. 

We are proud to be an Australian-owned and operated business that is driving the transition to renewable energy. 

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About Anthony Fowler

Anthony has over 20 years’ experience working for major energy companies in the Australian and US energy markets. Most recently, Anthony was Chief Executive Officer at Lochard Energy, overseeing the delivery of innovative energy storage. Anthony was previously a member of the executive management team at AGL where he was responsible for Australia’s largest generation portfolio, as well as wholesale trading and the business customers group.

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