Former GT managing partner joins Energetix board

by Laura Bennett

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14 Aug 2012

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THE FORMER north-west managing partner at Grant Thornton has been appointed as non-executive director for alternative energy developer Energetix Group with immediate effect.

David Grundy, who has held the role at Grant Thornton since 2009, was integral to the flotation of Energetix in 2006 as lead partner and reporting accountant for the IPO.

Chief executive officer of Energetix Adrian Hutchings said: "David joins us at an exciting time as we prepare to launch our unique boiler for free model. His skills will be invaluable to the group as we move from the development phase to full commercial operation."

Grundy, who joined Grant Thornton in 1989, was made a partner in 2000 before becoming national head of transaction services in 2006.

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