We are pleased to announce the hiring of Gran Potter as CycleØ Group’s Chief Corporate Development Officer (CDO). In this new role, Mr. Potter will be responsible for driving growth through acquisitions, J/V’s and partnerships, developing different go-to-market opportunities for both biomethane and e-methane as well as working with the internal project development team to support the development and construction of new production plants.

As a developer and operator of biomethane plants across Europe, Cycle0 is keen to invest in new production technologies and logistical platforms that will continue to drive economies of scale and enhance our corporate offtaker service.

Mr. Potter joins CycleØ with 20 years of finance, M&A, and private equity experience in the energy, industrial, and technology services sectors, most recently out of Providence Equity Partners based out of London.

Laurence Molke, CEO of the CycleØ Group said: “Bolt-on acquisitions and partnerships are important components of CycleØ Group’s plans to quickly scale up our production and distribution of carbon-negative fuels to help drive industrial decarbonisation. We’re excited to have Gran join the team to bring his significant deal-making experience and market analysis skills to the company at an exciting time of rapid growth and development.”

“’I’m thrilled to be joining the CycleØ Group as Chief Corporate Development Officer,” Mr. Potter said. “It is a very exciting time to be joining a business with a highly attractive and economic technology that will help to drive further uptake of biomethane and carbon-neutral fuels which are essential for meeting European decarbonisation targets.

“Identifying, evaluating, and managing European growth-oriented investments, particularly in the mid-market energy and industrial sectors, has been the core of my focus throughout my career. I plan to leverage this experience to help CycleØ keep pace with the strong market and growth tailwinds that exist in the sector.”

Mr. Potter joined the company as of July 1 at CycleØ Group’s headquarters in London.