Solar Energy Initiatives, Inc., a company focused on executing its corporate mission to Renew The Nation, creating economic development through the sale and installation of Solar Thermal, Photovoltaic (PV) and other Solar technologies, this morning announced Mr. Thomas A. Polich, Esq. has joined the senior management team as Chief Operating Officer.
As COO, Mr. Polich will be responsible for managing the strategic development of distribution and sales networks and solar power projects. He will also lead the streamlining of all operational procedures for near and mid-term markets, commercial, private vendors and suppliers, and enhance the company’s ability to monetize new business in a more efficient manner.
With more than 14 years of working experience in the photovoltaic (PV) industry, covering all aspects of solar cell devices and PV systems, Mr. Polich’s solar experience includes research and development, technology development, manufacturing, legal, finance, training and consulting, domestic and international project development system management, system design and integration, market development and sales management. Most recently he served as VP North American Development of Clairvoyant Energy, Inc. Prior to Clairvoyant, he served as Chief Administrative Officer of Skypoint Solar, Inc., and has also served as Chief Legal Officer of DayStar Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ/DSTI) and Corporate Counsel for Evergreen Resources, Inc. (NYSE:EVG). Mr. Polich earned a J.D. from the University of Denver, College of Law.
Mr. David Fann, Chief Executive Officer of Solar Energy Initiatives, stated, “Mr. Polich’s extensive background in the photovoltaic (PV) market makes him an excellent asset to our experienced senior management team. SNRY will leverage Mr. Polich’s strong knowledge and existing industry relationships to facilitate growth as an emerging solar company. His streaming of our operations and expertise in the industry will help SNRY in achieving greater market share, increasing earnings and becoming a dominant company within the solar energy market.”
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