Paul Ezekiel, INTERIM chief executive officer
Paul Ezekiel has worked in the energy markets for over 20 years, having acted as either a principal investor or developer of energy assets globally. In his previous role as co-founder, Executive Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Amp, Paul was responsible for all investment and M&A activities and global business development for the company.
Amp became a strategic investor in Faraday Grid in 2017.
matthew williams, founder, chief technology officer AND EVANGELIST
Systems architect, mechatronic engineer, design leader and facilitator, Matthew is the author of Faraday Grid’s technology patents.
In fulfilling Faraday’s ambition to unlock sustainable prosperity through electricity, he provides a conduit of understanding between complex interdependent dynamic systems and the world; managing strategic direction and technology development.
Previously, Matthew led a systems engineering company and was responsible for technical, client, and project management of multi-million dollar projects in Australia, China, and the US, delivering mission-critical logistics, automation, business and safety systems across the power and process sectors.
Using the company’s proprietary Design by Rationalised Constraints methodology, Matthew and Faraday Grid are designing the energy ecosystem of the future.
Dave Rogers, Non-Executive director
As the President and CEO of Amp, Dave is responsible for all strategy, operations and business development at the company. Since founding Amp, Dave has been instrumental in leading the company into a variety of dispatchable clean energy generation investments and offering high-value flexible energy services to our customers.
Prior to founding Amp, Dave was Director of Carbon markets at Front Street Capital, a leading investment management firm in Toronto with over US $3B of assets under management. He was responsible for originating and deploying capital to global investments in renewable energy as well as facilitating the purchase, sale and trading of carbon credits, both privately and through public exchanges.