Fluidic Energy appoints Chief Financial Officer



Fluidic Energy has appointed Jim Enzor to the role of Chief Financial Officer as the company continues global expansion of its game-changing long duration zinc air energy storage technology. As CFO, Jim will lead global finance and play an instrumental role in driving top-line growth and margin expansion, and seeking financing alternatives on Fluidic Energy’s growth initiatives.

“Jim brings impressive experience and a track record that will be invaluable in meeting Fluidic Energy’s goals and objectives of accelerating worldwide transformation to clean, reliable energy. His global experience and manufacturing background align with our focus markets including rural electrification, telecom, critical power, and residential and light commercial,” said Fluidic Energy CEO, Steve Scharnhorst.

Working in diverse regions including Asia, Europe and North America, Enzor’s expertise includes mergers and acquisitions, acquisition integration, business process outsourcing, restructuring and risk management. Enzor most recently held the position of CFO at MD Helicopters. Additionally, his tenure spans multiple roles at Delphi Automotive PLC including business development, regional and business unit CFO, mergers and acquisition as well as earlier finance and business development roles at General Motors. Enzor is a graduate of the University of Michigan with both a bachelors in Accounting and Economics and a Masters in Business Administration.

Enzor’s appointment comes on the heels of a number of developments announced by Fluidic including continued momentum in Indonesia where the company signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the government that will provide reliable renewable energy to 1.7 million people in the eastern part of the country. Fluidic has also signed an MOU with the government of Madagascar, under which the company will provide reliable renewable energy to an estimated 100 villages and communities and 400,000 people on the island.

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