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Solar Night Industries Announces Expansion into Colorado

by Staff Writers
St. Louis MO (SPX) Jan 11, 2007
Solar Night Industries announced today the hiring of Paul Warren as their Director of Sales for their Southwest region. Paul will oversee Solar Night's major account sales and regional certified installer network as well as manage the expansion of the SNI Builder's Supply Division in states from New Mexico to California.

"We are thrilled to bring on to our team someone with such excellent credentials and experience," said Jason Loyet, CEO of SNI. "Paul's background in the high tech and building industry provides an excellent understanding of the fast pace nature of the renewable energy industry.

He will be a great asset in developing a successful network of Certified Installers and promoting our complete line of modern energy solutions."

With Warren on board, Solar Night seeks to expand their reach and fulfill the increased demand by actively recruiting installers for both residential and commercial solar energy systems in the Southwest region. Solar Night's business model is one of collaboration with their network of Certified Solar Installers where each concentrates on their strength.

While Solar Night, a major supplier of modern, clean energy packages and other renewable energy products, provides sales, marketing, product and logistic support, the installer partners specialize in coordinating the completion of projects. This unique approach is so far proving successful as they see the number of completed projects increase.

"In order to promote a product or technology, you have to first believe in it for its inherent worth and potential to contribute to a more efficient and effective lifestyle. I believe that the solar industry is long overdue for its market surge and acceptance and I am delighted to put my efforts and passion into this great technology," stated Mr. Warren.

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Ascent Solar Hires Vice President of Business Development
Littleton CO (SPX) Jan 11, 2007
Ascent Solar Technologies announced Joseph McCabe has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development. Mr. McCabe brings over 15 years of photovoltaic (PV) industry experience to Ascent Solar and has expertise in the areas of building integrated photovoltaics, photovoltaic/thermal collectors, and zero energy homes. Mr. McCabe owns a U.S. patent integrating LED lighting directly into PV surfaces.

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