AUSTIN, Texas, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SolarBridge Technologies® (SolarBridge), the leading provider of PV module-integrated microinverters and monitoring solutions, today announced that Mark Sandoval has joined the company as Vice President of Global Strategy. In this role, Sandoval will drive corporate strategy, expand strategic partnerships and optimize business operations as the market for AC solar solutions continues to mature.
Sandoval previously served in executive roles at SunPower Corporation, most recently as senior director of SunPower's Silicon Materials organization responsible for all silicon-related commodity management and technology advancement. Prior to SunPower, Sandoval was at Bloom Energy where he was responsible for product cost and technology advancement in the fuel cell stack area. Before moving into alternative energy, he served for 14 years in various engineering and operations management positions at Intel and Lam Research. Sandoval holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from The University of California at Los Angeles and an M.S. in Chemical Engineering from The University of California at Berkeley.
"Mark's expertise in strategic and operational roles throughout the solar technology value chain will be a tremendous benefit to SolarBridge as the market for ACPV solutions continues to rapidly grow," said Bill Mulligan, president and CEO of SolarBridge. "He's a great addition to an excellent senior management team."
About SolarBridge Technologies
SolarBridge Technologies, the leader in integrated microinverter technologies for the solar industry, is accelerating the adoption of solar energy in the residential and commercial markets. The SolarBridge TRUEAC™ Module System—featuring the SolarBridge Pantheon microinverter, Power Manager and Power Portal—dramatically increases the efficiency and reliability of PV systems, while reducing the cost of energy. The Pantheon microinverter matches the lifetime of solar modules, enabling module manufacturers to provide a 25-year warranty on AC modules. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.solarbridgetech.com.
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