AlphaReal appoints Senior Adviser to it’s Renewable Energy team

AlphaReal, the specialist manager of secure income real assets, has appointed Mark Futyan as a Senior Adviser.

Mark brings 25 years’ experience in the energy sector spanning solar, energy storage, wind, nuclear, carbon capture, gas-fired power generation and interconnectors. He currently serves as a non-executive director on the boards of Anesco and Origami Energy. He was CEO at Anesco until January 2023 where he oversaw the development and construction of over 500MW of solar PV and energy storage projects. Prior to that, he held a series of executive roles at Centrica.

Mark Futyan said: “I am delighted to be taking on the role of Senior Adviser to AlphaReal. It has an impressive renewable infrastructure track-record and reputation and is enjoying strong growth. As the renewables market evolves and demand for this asset class increases amongst institutional investors, we are well positioned to capitalise on the opportunities this presents.”

Ed Palmer, Co-Head of Renewable Infrastructure at AlphaReal said: “We are glad that Mark has joined our team. His experience across the renewable infrastructure sector will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow our business.”

Phillip Rose, CEO of AlphaReal said: “We launched our renewable infrastructure team in 2013 and have been investing steadily to add scale and depth to our capabilities. The team has deployed over £900 million in equity since 2013, with 40% of this coming in the last two years. Mark brings a wealth of experience across the infrastructure industry that will make a valuable contribution to our growth strategy, including as Chairman of our Diversified Renewables Infrastructure Fund.”

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