Peak Renewables Ltd., an emerging, innovative, opportunity-driven company focused on growing the forest economy with sustainably sourced and renewable energy products, is pleased to announce that Scott Bax has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer, effective December 20, 2021.
As CEO, Bax is responsible for the people, culture and operations of Peak Renewable’s hydrogen and OSB activities throughout North America, including the recently announced One Sky Forest Products OSB plant in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, a partnership between Peak Renewables and 12 Indigenous Nations.
Prior to joining Peak, Scott spent eight years with Pinnacle Renewable Energy, most recently as COO, where he grew the business three-fold to over 2.5 million MT of annualized wood pellet production and revenue in excess of $400M. A leader who prioritizes people, relationships, accountability and results, Bax brings over 25 years of experience of forestry and wood manufacturing operations throughout Canada and the U.S.
“I am excited to be joining a talented and committed team, engaged in the vital economic growth and renewables space,” says Scott Bax. “Under Brian Fehr’s visionary leadership, I am focused on safely and sustainably growing a business that yields benefits to workers, communities, indigenous peoples, the environment, and investors.”
Brian Fehr adds, “Scott brings experience, passion, and leadership to help elevate Peak Renewables as a difference maker and major player in the renewable forest economy. A relationship-oriented leader with proven results, his approach and experience will accelerate Peak’s projects and optimize operations.”
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