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SustainX Inc., a Seabrook, N.H.-based developer of energy storage technology, has hired Stephen Brown as vice president of engineering.

Brown has nearly two decades of experience leading development, delivery and servicing of advanced technology products. Prior to SustainX, he was director of engineering at Nordic Windpower.

"[Brown's] background in power generation, renewable energy, advanced product design and delivery will prove invaluable as we continue developing our grid-scale energy storage technology," says Thomas Zarrella, SustainX president and CEO.

Brown's career began at Rolls Royce Industrial Power Group in 1993, followed by 13 years in various engineering positions at Llewellin's Machine Co. At Llewellin's, he headed product design, development and interface with manufacturing. Following that, he spent two years as a director at Vestas Wind Systems’ global technology R&D business unit.




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