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Coronal Energy, Powered By Panasonic, Strengthens North American Team With New Hires
Two Solar Industry Stalwarts Join Coronal Energy in Key Roles



April 6, 2017

Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, a leading independent power producer and provider of turnkey renewable energy solutions, has added two new strategic leaders to its North American team. Yaron Glazer joins Coronal Energy as Vice President of Strategy, North America, and Brian von Moos has been named Vice President of Origination, North America. These significant new hires demonstrate Coronal Energy's commitment to award-winning solar innovation and sustainability leadership for diverse enterprise customers across North America, including utilities, corporations, the public sector, educational institutions, and other organizations.

"As a seasoned industry professional with more than 8 years of experience in the solar energy sector, Yaron Glazer will play an integral role in growing our business in North America," said Danny Van Clief, Chief Commercial Officer, Coronal Energy. "During his career Yaron has held leadership roles across much of the solar value chain, not just in North America, but globally. Bringing to bear Yaron's unique experience base is indicative of Coronal's intent to do more than simply participate in the growth of our industry - we intend to lead the way." 

Prior to joining Coronal Energy, Mr. Glazer was responsible for leading the development strategy at Entropy Investment Management, a project-based renewable energy hedge fund. He has worked in strategy, origination, and development roles at various renewable energy companies, including First Solar and Hanwha Q-CELLS, across markets in North and South America. Previously, he spent 8 years in China engaged in environmental policy while teaching commercial law at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai. Mr. Glazer also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the environmental education program in Panama.

Brian von Moos, formerly with Borrego Solar Systems, Inc., will serve as VP of Origination. Mr. von Moos spent over 12 years with Borrego holding wide-ranging leadership roles in construction, sales and business development. Most recently Mr. von Moos launched and ran Borrego's Utility Development division, focused on utility scale PPA and EPC solutions in North America. Prior to launching the Utility Development division, he created and ran Borrego Solar's PV Consulting Group.

"Brian is poised to make an immediate impact on our business, offering skilled leadership to our project origination team and providing clients with the best portfolio of solar solutions available today," said Van Clief.

The collective experience of Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, includes projects in 40 states totaling 2.3 GW, with more than 3.4 GW of greenfield and brownfield projects under construction/contract or in development.

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About Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic

Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, is a leading independent power producer providing turnkey solar energy solutions tailored for diverse enterprise customers across North America, including utilities, corporations, and the public sector. It unites the financial strength of a Fortune Global 500 company (#128) and Panasonic's award-winning history of solar innovation and sustainability leadership with the project development, finance, engineering, construction, and asset management experience of Coronal Energy. The result is smarter solar that translates to smarter business for customers. The collective experience of Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, includes projects in 40 states totaling 2.3 GW, with more than 3.4 GW of greenfield and brownfield projects under construction/contract or in development.

For more information:

Organization:
Coronal Energy
http://coronalenergy.com/

Contact:
Christina Atkinson
G&S Business Communications
Tel: 212) 697 2600
E-mail: CAtkinson@gscommunications.com


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