Rob Molloy was formerly deputy chief executive of St Helens College and will now take on the role of chief operating officer at ESE Energy Group
ESE Energy Group has recruited the former deputy chief executive of St Helens College to take on the role of chief operating officer.
Rob Molloy, who was responsible for finance, facilities and estates management at the college, has joined the south Liverpool-based solar energy specialists and will be overseeing an expansion in services in 2020.
Currently one of Britain’s largest supplies of solar PV energy and battery power systems, ESE has ambitious plans to expand operations into corporate markets and is preparing to launch additional renewable energy alternatives in the new year.
Mr Molloy said: “Promoting green energy to tackle climate change is one of the most critical issues of our times. It is the core focus of ESE Energy. The business is at the forefront of renewable technology in the UK and has an ambitious plan to grow and educate people on its benefits.
“ESE is about to embark on a major expansion which includes offering more products and services. I am very much looking forward to leading it.”