SPI 2011: Phoenix Solar appoints five US regional sales directors for advancement of solar plants

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Phoenix Solar revealed that it had appointed five new regional sales directors who will be tasked with further developing solar power plants across the US. John Marcarelli, Stephen Scott, Glenn Tomasyan, Matt Kyriakos and Joe Borkowski will all be working in specific US regions to enhance Phoenix Solar’s business and project development.

Marcarelli will oversee the Southeast region including Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Maryland and Georgia. He has 20 year of sales and sales management experience, nine of which were completed in the solar power sector. He joins Phoenix Solar from Conergy where he served as sales director for the US distribution sales business.

Stephen Scott will manage the Northeast region, which includes New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. He comes to Phoenix after working with SunConnect, MMA Renewable Ventures and The Babcock & Wilcox Company. Scott holds over 20 years of executive-level experience in the solar and power generation industries.

Tomasyan will act as the sales director for California. He brings 10 years of sales and engineering experience in the solar industry to his new role and most recently served as a national sales engineer for Mitsubishi Electric’s PV division. Prior to his appointment with Mitsubishi, Tomasyan was a sales engineer at Revco Solar Engineering.

Matt Kyriakos will cover Texas, Colorado and New Mexico in his new position as the mountains region director. Like some of his fellow colleagues, Kyriakos has 20 years of sales management and account experience in the solar and software industries. He joins Phoenix from Conergy where he served as the director for key accounts.

Borkowski will serve as the sales director for Hawaii and the Midwest region including Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. He also holds 20 years of senior management and business development experience for companies in the renewable and high-tech industries. Borkowski joins Phoenix Solar after acting as the development director at E.ON Climate and Renewables, prior to which he served as a developer at Airtricity.

“We are strategically focused on five geographic areas and in targeted market segments,” said Paul Caudill, CEO and president of Phoenix Solar. “Phoenix Solar's technology-neutral approach is enabling our team to design, build and operate solar power plants for our customers with optimum price-to-performance benefits. In a time of difficult market conditions and rapidly changing pricing dynamics, we can rely on a network of long-standing supplier relationships to design solar plants that are specific to our customers' financial, technical, and contractual requirements.” 

Phoenix Solar can be found at Booth #843 at Solar Power International 2011’s trade show in Dallas.

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