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GreenPower names Riley as its new director of the board

Posted on July 8, 2019

GreenPower Motor Company Inc.’s board of directors unanimously appointed Brendan Riley as a director of the company and that Phillip Oldridge has resigned from the board.

“We look forward to Brendan having an even greater impact on shaping and implementing the vision we have for GreenPower,” said Fraser Atkinson, chairman/CEO. “He has built a solid team and is leading them on our next phase of growth — focused on increased market penetration, production, and an uplisting on NASDAQ — in the upcoming quarters.”

Riley has served as the company’s president since October 2016, during which time he has been instrumental in overseeing GreenPower’s growth plans and executing its operating strategy. Prior to joining GreenPower, he was the North American VP, fleet sales, for BYD Motors, in charge of strategy, tactics, support, and training for selling all-electric buses, trucks, cars, and material handling equipment.

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