Ecolibrium Solar Grows Executive Team

Joe Viny brings 6 years of solar sales experience to the team along with solid domestic and international business acumen.

ATHENS, Ohio, Oct. 1, 2014 -- Ecolibrium Solar, an innovative solar racking manufacturer, has moved Joseph Viny into the role of Vice President of Business Development.


Joe Viny brings 6 years of solar sales experience to the team along with solid domestic and international business acumen. "With Joe's extensive network in the Solar Industry, as well as in the banking and legal world, Joe is very well-positioned to make this a success," says CEO, Jan Willem van der Werff. Viny holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global management and a law degree from George Washington University. Mergers and Acquisitions will also fall under this new role.

In addition to its new VP of Business Development, Ecolibrium Solar recently promoted Nathan Randall to Director of Sales. Nathan brings 7 years of solar racking sales experience to the team. His drive and experience will help the company develop a strong sales team and expand market share.

Van der Werff commented, "Both moves are signs of Ecolibrium's growth. Being able to promote two strong individuals from within the organization is furthermore a sign of the growth that we also experience as a team."

About Ecolibrium:

Ecolibrium Solar is committed to revolutionizing the solar power market. The company designs simple, cost effective and ecologically sound products that maximize efficiency and minimize costs – making it easier to implement clean energy technology. With a strong background in plastics and solar, the company's innovative approach to polymer based racking hardware has produced roof friendly products that reduce installation requirements. Reducing the duration and complexity of solar projects in turn promotes economic advantages and ROI. Our goal is to design progressive products that help the solar industry reach the overall goal of grid parity.

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