Pinnacle CEO Rob McCurdy Is Retiring 

Pinnacle’s Rob McCurdy addresses the Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo in 2018

Pinnacle Renewable Energy announced that Rob McCurdy has notified the company’s Board of Directors of his intention to retire as Chief Executive Officer in May.

McCurdy has served as CEO and as a member of Pinnacle’s Board of Directors since 2012. He will remain in his current role until his successor is appointed. The Board has commenced a formal search process.

“The past eight years have been an exciting journey, with the addition of four pellet plants and one port, as well as expansion into Alberta and the U.S. Southeast,” McCurdy says. “I am proud of the team that we have built and am confident in their ability to continue to successfully lead Pinnacle in the future.” 

Gregory Baylin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pinnacle, says, “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Rob for his contribution over his tenure at Pinnacle. Rob has demonstrated incredible dedication and integrity in his leadership and has played an integral role in transforming Pinnacle into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of wood pellets. We wish Rob all of the best in his upcoming retirement and look forward to continuing to work with him until a successor is in place.”

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