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Pulse Announces Top Executive Joins the Senior Team

June 20, 2014

Pulse Announces Top Executive Joins the Senior Team

Gary Holden, CEO of Pulse Energy Limited is pleased to announce the addition of Neil Williams to its senior executive team.

Neil Williams is a seasoned energy market executive who spent many years with Mighty River Power as Wholesale Trading Manager, Vice President Market Risk Management, and General Manager External Affairs. Neil was recently company director and Vice President of Mighty River Power (US) and GeoGlobal Energy LLC (USA) located in Washington, DC.

Neil also held roles in top energy consultancies Sapere Research Group Limited and Reunion Asia Pacific Limited serving market participants and large industrial users.

“Neil is a bona fide expert in the New Zealand energy market and will add real strength to our wholesale trading and energy supply and acquisition.” Mr. Holden said. “With the growth of Pulse in recent months Neil will be a welcome addition to an expanding need for energy supply contracting and wholesale trading expertise. His strategic capability will also be a tremendous asset for our company.”

Neil has been a participant in the development of the electricity market since the 1990s where he began his career working with the first independent power plants built under deregulation.


Pulse Energy is New Zealand’s largest independent electricity retailer and winners of the Deloitte Fast 50 in 2012 for being New Zealand’s fastest growing company. Pulse Energy now supplies over 50,000 active ICPs across New Zealand and is listed on the NZAX.

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