SOLARUNITED elects new board members

12.06.2017

SOLARUNITED announces the selections of Martin Fischer (Von Ardenne), Dr. Nabih Cherradi (Desert Solar Technologies), and Philippe Malbranche (l’Institut National de l’Energie Solaire) as elected members of the Board of Directors on May 31st.  All the new board members bring extensive experience to compliment the board’s strategic initiatives. 

“We are pleased to welcome Martin, Nabih, and Philippe to SOLARUNITED’s board”, said Eric Ast, Chairman of SOLARUNITED. “They all bring unique knowledge, wisdom, and perspectives that further will enhance the strength of our existing Board of Directors”. 

Martin Fischer, Technical Sales Manager, Von Ardenne GmbH, will also serve as the Associations new treasurer after Elke Beune and Jonas Redmann stepped down after completing two consecutive 3-year terms in that position.  Martin Fischer is also responsible for sales and business development at VON ARDENNE GmbH, a family owned hidden champion in the field of vacuum equipment for manufacturing devices that require thin film technology, especially for photovoltaics and architectural glass. Dr. Nabih Cherradi is Desert Technologies’ Chief Technology Officer. He has spent over 28 years building on a long track record of equipment's/production lines as well as business development in the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries. Philippe Malbranche has been working over more than three decades on renewable energies, mainly solar technologies: first within rural electrification programs, second with public authorities on renewable energy policy, then with a PV module manufacturer, and finally in a research center.  Now, he is the Director of INES, l’Institut National de l’Energie Solaire.

Source: SOLARUNITED

 

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