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Micro-inverter technology company Enphase Energy Inc. has added Richard Mora to its board of directors. Mora is currently the chief operating officer of Landis+Gyr, a provider of smart metering and grid management solutions.

In addition to his role as chief operating officer, Mora serves as an executive of Landis+Gyr Holdings, where he develops and executes corporate strategy in conjunction with worldwide company leadership. Previously, Mora was president and CEO of Landis+Gyr Americas. Prior to that, he held roles at Siemens and GE Capital.

"With over a dozen years of experience optimizing the operations and delivery of global smart grid and smart metering solutions, Richard will provide valuable insights to our company as we continue to innovate and grow," says Paul Nahi, CEO of Enphase.

Enphase notes that Mora will be joining the board of directors as Stoddard M. Wilson steps down after serving on the board for nearly six years.

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