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NRG Appoints Jeanne-Mey Sun as Vice President, Sustainability and Dak Liyanearachchi as Senior Vice President, Data and Analytics
--Strategic Senior Leadership Hires Will Support the Advancement of NRG’s Customer-Centric Strategy--
“As we redefine the role of power in the lives of our customers, it’s critical to add experienced voices to our management team who can support the advancement of our strategy,” said
In her role as Vice President, Sustainability, Sun will continue the advancement of NRG’s leading sustainability strategy, including developing and implementing a range of approaches to achieve the Company’s previously announced carbon reduction targets of 50% by 2025 and net-zero by 2050, from a 2014 baseline. Sun will also facilitate a deeper understanding of sustainability standards and solutions for new and existing residential and commercial customers who are looking to reach their sustainable energy goals.
Sun joins NRG from Baker Hughes Company, where she most recently served as Executive of Energy Transition and Clean Energy Solutions and previously held leadership roles in Corporate Strategy, Growth, and Integration Planning. In her most recent role, Sun led the development and operationalization of Baker Hughes’ energy transition strategy, partnered with key stakeholders to jointly reduce the carbon footprint of the company and its customers, led an expansion into cleaner energy solutions, and wrote and began the execution of the organization’s commitment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
As Senior Vice President, Data and Analytics, reporting to
Liyanearachchi joins NRG from Hilton Worldwide, where he most recently served as Chief Data & Analytics Officer. In his previous role, Liyanearachchi drove further innovation in Hilton, building the organization’s
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