CLEAResult Appoints Moore as new COO

Energy efficiency firm CLEAResult announced Terry Moore as the company’s new chief operating officer.

“Terry joins CLEAResult with an incredible depth of experience in operational excellence and talent development, both domestically and abroad,” said Aziz Virani, CEO. “Terry understands the importance of upholding a business culture that is built around the customers’ needs, and he will be a great complement to our already deep bench of leaders across the energy efficiency space. Additionally, he will be a tremendous asset to our clients and our company as we look to strategically expand our core business and mobilize and accelerate innovation.”

Moore has more than 25 years of deep-rooted client service and leadership experience working with clients to drive large-scale industry and technology transformation, advising on business strategy, and identifying and building strategic partnerships. Prior to joining CLEAResult, Moore served as senior managing director at Accenture, where he led high-growth initiatives across banking and capital markets, driving value and differentiation for his clients and Accenture.

“It’s a dynamic time in this industry, and I’m looking forward to joining a team that is so passionate about fostering innovation and addressing its customers’ and partners’ unique energy needs,” Moore said.

Moore will be based in his hometown of Atlanta. In addition to his role at CLEAResult, he is very active in his local community, including his work with the Atlanta Mission, which seeks to end homelessness in the region.

CLEAResult provides energy efficiency programs and services in North America. Founded in 2003, CLEAResult is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and has close to 3,000 employees in more than 70 cities across the U.S. and Canada. CLEAResult is owned by General Atlantic, a global growth equity firm.

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