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EnerTech Capital adds Linamar Executive, Mark Stoddart, to Mobility Advisory Board.

October 25, 2021, Toronto, ON and Philadelphia, PA – EnerTech Capital is pleased to announce today that Mark Stoddart has joined our Mobility Advisory Board as we continue to enhance and expand our focus on the mobility space. Mark’s extensive background in the auto sector will provide EnerTech with access to valuable insight into emerging technologies for mobility applications.

Mark is the Chief Technology Officer & Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Linamar. He has spent his entire career in the auto sector with an extensive background in Product Development, Corporate Marketing, and Operations.

Mark has been a member of Linamar’s team since 1985 and their board since 1999. He has held a variety of titles including General Manager of the Hastech Manufacturing facility as well as Estimating Engineer for the Corporate Marketing Department.

“With our firms expanded focus on the mobility space, Mark’s extensive background and technical knowledge of emerging mobility technologies and insight will be extremely valuable to EnerTech as we evaluate investment opportunities in the rapidly expanding world of e-mobility” said Wally Hunter, Managing Director, EnerTech Capital.

“I am excited to join the EnerTech Mobility Board and to leverage off the significant investment experience and mobility sector expertise of the EnerTech team. I look forward to bringing my experience, technical knowledge, and network to help build on EnerTech’s continued success in the mobility space.” said Mark Stoddart.

About Linamar

Linamar Corporation (TSX:LNR) is an advanced manufacturing company where the intersection of leading-edge technology and deep manufacturing expertise is creating solutions that power vehicles, motion, work and lives for the future. The Company is made up of two operating segments – the Industrial segment and the Mobility segment, both global leaders in manufacturing solutions and world-class developers of highly engineered products. The Industrial segment is comprised of Skyjack and MacDon. Skyjack manufactures scissor, boom and telehandler lifts for the aerial work platform industry. MacDon manufactures combine draper headers and self-propelled windrowers for the agricultural harvesting industry. The Mobility segment is subdivided into three regional groups: North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Within the Mobility segment, the regional groups are vertically integrated operations combining expertise in light metal casting, forging, machining and assembly for both the global electrified and traditionally powered vehicle markets. The Mobility segment products are focused on both components and systems for new energy powertrains, body and chassis, driveline, engine and transmission systems of these vehicles. McLaren Engineering provides design, development, and testing services for the Mobility segment. Linamar has 26,000 employees in 60 manufacturing locations, 12 R&D centres and 25 sales offices in 17 countries in North and South America, Europe and Asia which generated sales of $7.4 billion in 2019.

For more information about Linamar Corporation and its industry leading products and services, visit or follow us on Twitter at @LinamarCorp.

About EnerTech Capital

For over 25 years EnerTech’s fundamental focus has been investing and partnering with innovative companies driving change across the energy landscape; with a focus on Mobility, Industry 4.0, and Connected Customer. Since our founding in 1996, we have made 72 investments and have managed over $500 million in LP Capital Commitments. We have had an active role in building world class management teams who have created new lasting ways to use energy resources more efficiently and have been a part of building companies that have, and continue to, transform industries.

EnerTech has offices in Toronto, Philadelphia, Palm Beach Gardens, Boston, Montreal, and Sacramento.

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CONTACT: Wally Hunter: 416-363-8563

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