Energy Recovery CEO Chris Gannon resigns, citing personal reasons
Energy Recovery announced the resignation of Chris Gannon as the company's president and CEO and as a member of its board. Gannon submitted his resignation to the board on Friday, November 1, effective immediately, citing personal reasons for his departure. Gannon's resignation was accepted by the Board. The board has appointed Robert Yu Lang Mao as interim President and CEO. Mao currently serves as chairman of Energy Recovery's board, and he will retain his board seat and chairmanship during the transition. Mao will lead the executive search for a permanent replacement for Gannon and will work closely with the company's executive team to provide leadership and ensure continuity until a successor has been appointed.