SOPOGY NAMES TIM WONG CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Sopogy, Inc. manufacturer of MicroCSP' solar technologies announced today that Tim Wong, CPA has been named Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the company.

Honolulu, HI - Sopogy, Inc. manufacturer of MicroCSP' solar technologies announced today that Tim Wong, CPA has been named Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the company. Based in Honolulu, Wong will oversee all financial, accounting, human resources and administrative functions for the company and will report directly to President and CEO Darren T. Kimura.


Wong previously served as Treasury Analyst for Hawaiian Electric Company (NYSE: HE) where he participated in the company's largest bond refinancing in 2007. Prior to his time at Hawaiian Electric he served as assistant controller for Spirent Communications (LSE: SPT) and as Assistant Vice President at Central Pacific Bank (NYSE:CPF). He began his career at KPMG where he served as senior auditor and received his Certified Public Accounting (CPA).

"We are very happy to have Tim join team Sopogy. His deep experience in the financial world combined with his real life understanding of facility management makes him a rare and important asset which will tremendously increase the value of Sopogy's products and services" said Darren T. Kimura, CEO.

Wong is certified as a Real Property Administrator (RPA) and earned his B.B.A. in Accounting and B.B.A. in Management Information Systems from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

About Sopogy
Sopogy specializes in the innovative MicroCSP' solar concentrator technology. MicroCSP' brings the economics of large solar energy deployments to the industrial, commercial and utility sectors in a smaller more cost effective package. Please visit www.sopogy.com for more information.

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