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HydroGraph appoints new Chief Financial Officer

November 23, 2022
By Canadian Manufacturing

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HydroGraph appoint new Chief Financial Officer

TORONTO — HydroGraph Clean Power Inc., a commercial manufacturer of nanomaterials and alternative-energy fuels announced that Bob Wowk will join the organization as Chief Financial Officer, effective November 21, 2022. Wowk joins the company during a period of ramp-up in commercialization, including signing several NDAs with potential customers and shipping to many customers for initial testing.

“Appointing Bob is part of our overall long-term strategy of enlisting top talent to lead our senior executive team while supporting our application development and commercialization goals to penetrate targeted industries and accelerate sales,” said Stuart Jara, a director and Chief Executive Officer of HydroGraph. “Bob’s proven financial experience in facilitating the funding of over $5 billion in projects globally will play a direct role in allowing us to achieve our ambitious goals for commercialization in 2023. I also want to thank Mathew Lee for his efforts as CFO over the last months. We are pleased to have him continuing on as Chief Accounting Officer with the company.”

“Joining HydroGraph as CFO represents a once in a life-time opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of a ‘change the world’ technology and I am excited to be joining an already successful world class management team,” said Wowk, the Company’s new Chief Financial Officer. “My near-term focus will be building out the back office and support structure including raising non-dilutive capital as needed to accelerate entry into a market that is expected to grow to $2.5B by 2028.”

Wowk has experience as a finance and business development executive principally in the industrial gas business and renewable energy sectors. Wowk spent time with Linde and Air Products in global senior financial roles before transitioning to CFO roles over the last 10 years with small and mid-size companies involved in solar, waste-to-energy, lithium and H2 including ASX listed Fluence, Transform Materials and sPower.

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