CSDR International, Inc. Announces the Hiring of New President Patrick McCullough

CSDR International, Inc. announced today the hiring of Patrick McCullough to be President, CSDR, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSDR International, Inc. McCullough will be responsible for the company operations and sales, and for its managed growth as the leader in High Concentrated Photovoltaic (HCPV) technology.

Agoura Hills, Calif. – McCullough comes to CSDR with over 20 years of corporate and financial leadership experience. Most recently, Pat served as CEO of Amonix, a pioneer firm in the deployment of facility level CPV technology. Prior to joining Amonix, he held positions at IMI Severe Service, Ford Motor Company, and Berkshire Hathaway. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame's MBA/Mechanical Engineering Joint Degree Program.


"Pat's diverse experience and technical expertise will be invaluable. His proven ability to lead a performing business through a complex and rapid growth period is exactly what makes him a great fit at CSDR," said Randall Roth, Co-founder and CEO of CSDR International, Inc.

As President, CSDR, Pat will report to Randall Roth, CEO. He will replace James S. Herman, who will maintain his position as President, CSDR International, Inc.

CSDR International, Inc. is a California-based manufacturer of turnkey utility-scale solar power systems utilizing High Concentrated Photovoltaic technology (HCPV). The firm was founded to generate the most cost-effective and reliable energy in the world. CSDR's success is driven by first-rate engineering innovation and continuous research and development in all aspects of the energy system.

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