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Energy Jobs: Tanguy Serra Out, Radford Small In at SolarCity, Plus Tesla, NREL, Bruce Sohn At Siva

SolarCity promoted VP of Global Capital Markets Radford Small to CFO, reporting to CEO Lyndon Rive. According to a release, Small "helped the company create approximately $3 billion in new financing for solar projects." He joined SolarCity from Goldman Sachs, where he was a managing director and COO for the renewables group. Tanguy Serra, COO of SolarCity since 2013 and president and CFO since last year "will be departing SolarCity at the end of the year," a casualty of the anticipated acquisition of the company by Tesla.
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