AWS Truepower Announces Promotion and New Hires to Leadership Team

Marie Schnitzer Promoted to Senior Director of Investor and Solar Services, Christopher Dorando is Director of Business Development and Sreeni Krishnamurthy is Director of Information Services.

ALBANY, NY—August 17, 2011—AWS Truepower, LLC, an international leader in renewable energy consulting and information services, today announced the promotion of Marie Schnitzer to Senior Director of Investor and Solar Services and the hiring of Christopher Dorando and Sreeni Krishnamurthy.

Schnitzer, an employee since 2008, previously served as Director of Solar Services. Her career spans twenty years in the renewable and alternative energy power generation technology fields as well a track record in establishing new business lines. "She has become an industry-recognized pacesetter in investment grade practices for the solar market and has been positioning our company as leading solutions provider in the renewable energy industry," stated Mark Hellbusch, Chief Operating Officer, AWS Truepower, LLC.
As Senior Director of Investor and Solar Services, Marie will provide direction and technical expertise in solar services while developing and implementing strategy for investor services. In addition, she will help develop the company's solar business plans including; resource and energy assessment, feasibility studies, and solar system design and verification. Marie's diverse experience in the management of alternative energy programs and experience working with government agencies makes her an asset to both public and private sector initiatives. Ms. Schnitzer holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University and a M.S. in Business Administration from The College of Saint Rose.
Christopher Dorando is the new Director of Business Development and has been a marketing and sales executive in the renewable energy and telecommunications industries for over 20 years. As Director of Business Development at AWS Truepower, Chris leads a team of business development, account management and marketing professionals focused on marketing strategy, client satisfaction, new product introduction, and market development. Chris has an MBA from the University of Michigan Graduate School of Business Administration and a certificate in technology marketing from Caltech.
Sreeni Krishnamurthy comes to AWS Truepower with 16 plus years of experience in the consulting, retail, and software industry. As Director for Information Services at AWS Truepower, Sreeni will oversee the development and implementation of subscription services and software products that support AWS Truepower's wind and solar consulting business lines. Sreeni has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Bachelor's of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Bangalore. "Both Chris and Sreeni are assets to AWS Truepower's diversified employee's expertise. Chris' proven track record will contribute to corporate growth, new product introductions, and gaining market share. While Sreeni's experience managing product lines in a global settings will help with international business," stated Bruce Bailey, President & CEO of AWS Truepower.
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About AWS Truepower, LLC : AWS Truepower provides the most accurate, reliable, and innovative renewable energy project development and operations solutions available today. Energy developers, investors, utilities, system operators, and governments rely on the company's 30 years of experience, proven science, and technology to reduce uncertainty, mitigate risk, and maximize return on their investments. Headquartered in New York, AWS Truepower has offices in North America, Europe and Asia. Learn more about the company online at

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