Boris Schubert Joins Silicon Ranch

Ex-Shell Senior Resource Joins US Solar Company As Chief Development Officer

Boris Schubert Joins Silicon Ranch

Having worked with Q Cells and Accenture in the past, and representing Shell on Silicon Ranch’s board, Boris Schubert (in the picture) has now joined the latter as its CDO. (Photo Credit: Silicon Ranch Corporation)

  • Boris Schubert has joined Silicon Ranch as the US IPP’s chief development officer
  • He will be responsible for growing its project inventory and also lead strategic procurement efforts
  • Schubert was previously representing Silicon Ranch’s major stakeholder Shell on its board

US based independent power producer (IPP) Silicon Ranch Corporation has brought on board a new Chief Development Officer (CDO) in the form of Boris Schubert, who represented Shell on the solar company’s Board of Directors once.

Backed by Shell as a major stakeholder, Silicon Ranch counts over 4 GW of solar and storage portfolio in the US that’s either contracted, under construction or operational across the US and Canada.

As CDO, Schubert will lead the company’s project inventory growth across the US, advancing its carbon solutions business including Silicon Ranch’s acquisition Clearloop. He will also lead strategic procurement efforts for the company.

As a Shell representative, Schubert had a strategic advisory role to play for Silicon Ranch, according to the latter’s Co-Founder and CEO Reagan Farr who added, “We are confident that his robust industry experience, combined with his leadership style and unique insights into what differentiates Silicon Ranch, will enable Boris to deliver tremendous value to our organization and to our stakeholders.”

Before Shell, Schubert has worked with Q Cells and Accenture among others. He has also served on the advisory board of the Clean Energy Buyers Association (CEBA) and the National Board of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).

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Anu Bhambhani

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