Deloitte: Engineering a fresh start

Ex-Bord Gais boss John Mullins is negotiating a steep learning curve after switching from overseeing 1,000 employees to just a handful, writes Alex Meehan.

9th March, 2014
John Mullins, chief executive, Amarenco: the company focuses on solar asset development.

Not many people have had the experience of walking away from managing a large company in order to start from scratch with a new operation. But that's exactly what ex-Bord Gais boss John Mullins did when he decided to quit the state-owned company in 2012 in favour of starting up a new vehicle for investing in renewable energy.

Amarenco focuses on solar asset development, financing and ownership in Europe, and in particular in the South of...

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