Roller new VP at ClearFlame Engine Technologies

By Mike Brezonick08 April 2021

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ClearFlame Engine Technologies, a startup dedicated to the development of clean engine technology for the commercial truck, off-highway and industrial markets, announced that Kirk Roller has joined the company as vice president of Business Development. Roller will guide the company’s growth in key market sectors and solidify industry partnerships while also supporting its regulatory strategy.

Most recently, Roller was a consultant for Hyliion and Terminus AI, where he led business development and regulatory compliance. Prior to his consulting role, he held leadership positions in sales and marketing at Hyliion, Cenergestic and CommScope. Roller has also held positions in the solar and computer industries.

“Kirk brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our team, along with a strong track record of delivering results,” said BJ Johnson, ClearFlame CEO and co-founder. “We’re pleased to have him join ClearFlame, as we continue to make heavy-duty decarbonization more practical and cost-effective for heavy-duty sectors like long-haul, agriculture and power generation sectors.”

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