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Energate Inc., a provider of residential demand response, has appointed Steve Dodds as CEO. Dodds most recently served as the company's chief operating officer.

According to Energate, Dodds succeeds Niraj Bhargava, who is leaving to pursue other interests.

Energate says Dodds has over 25 years of experience in supply chain management, manufacturing operations and customer relations in various senior level positions. During his tenure as chief operating officer for Energate, he oversaw company-wide manufacturing activities and ensured operational efficiency, the company notes.

Prior to Energate, Dodds was vice president of global operations for Mitel Corp., a unified communications and collaboration software, solutions and services company. Before that, he was founder and executive vice president of BreconRidge Manufacturing Solutions Corp., an electronic contract manufacturer.


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