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SolarCity, the US’s largest solar power provider, appointed a former Progressive Insurance marketing strategist as its new chief marketing officer, with hopes that he will innovatively increase promotion of the company.
CSUN’s chief financial officer, Yongfei Chen, has tendered his resignation, effective October 31, 2014.
The resignation of China Sunergy (CSUN) chief executive, Stephen Zhifang Cai, has prompted the return of one of the company’s founders, Tingxui Lu, to the top post.
Renewable energy leader TerraForm Power has named Alejandro Hernandez as its new executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective on 29 September 2014.
Former CEO, Mike Miskovsky of PV module mounting systems designer, Zep Solar has joined another innovative company in the PV sector, robot controlled tracking systems firm, QBotix. SolarCity acquired Zep Solar for US$158 million all stock transaction in October, 2013.
Major PV manufacturer, JinkoSolar has made an internal management shuffle with former CFO, Longgen Zhang becoming a financial advisor, while retaining a Board of Directors position.
Xiaofeng Peng the founder and chairman of insolvent Cayman Islands registered LDK Solar has resigned his position at the company including any director roles.
Kam Mofid has stepped aside as CEO of Real Goods Solar (RGS) with the company’s residential solar chief, Dennis Lacey, named as his successor.
SolarCity, the largest residential installer in the US, has appointed Brad Buss as its new CFO.
Japanese thin-film solar company Solar Frontier has announced a number of changes to its senior management team which it says will aid the company’s expansion plans domestically and elsewhere.
SunPower veteran Bruce Ledesma has joined crowdsourcing firm Mosaic as chief operating officer.
Joint provisional liquidators of Cayman Islands-registered solar wafer producer, LDK Solar, have said that two non-executive directors of the company have resigned, without citing any reasons for the departures.
PV equipment manufacturer ACT Aurora Control Technologies has undergone two senior personnel changes.
China-based polysilicon producer, Daqo New Energy has re-appointed its former chief operations officer (COO), Qiangmin Zhou to the same role after previously leaving the company for personal reasons in April, 2013.
German-based PV manufacturing start-up, Smartenergy Renewables said that recent success with its glass/glass utility market crystalline modules would lead to ramping production higher and that it had strengthened its management team to further exploit downstream business opportunities.