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Verve recruits new CEO internally

State-owned power generator Verve Energy has replaced its boss internally, appointing Jason Waters as its new chief executive.

Mr Waters replaces former managing director Shirley In't Veld, who will leave the utility on April 30 after five years, amid criticism of her high pay and the performance of the utility.

The state government froze Ms In't Veld's $475,000 salary and scrapped cash bonuses for her and other power utility executives in 2010 after Verve ran up a $1 billion debt following its spin-off from Western Power in 2006.

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