Baker Electric Solar Names Keith Randhahn Director of Engineering

Keith Randhahn will now serve as the San Diego solar installer's director of engineering. He previously served as Baker's operations manager.

San Diego, Calif. November 20, 2014 -- Baker Electric Solar, a San Diego solar company that designs, builds and installs photovoltaic solar power systems across Southern California, is pleased to announce Keith Randhahn has been promoted to director of engineering.


Randhahn joined Baker Electric Solar in 2011 as operations manager. With his new appointment, he has relinquished daily operational management responsibilities in order to pursue new company objectives for continued expansion across Southern California. He will maintain direct management responsibility for pre-construction and engineering functions.

In addition, Randhahn will lead the development of new products and services. As one of the leading solar installers in the region, Baker understands the importance of continuing to improve and add to its established products as well as staying ahead of innovative market trends and industry changes.

"These objectives require significant financial and human resources while we continue to deliver high quality solar systems, an exceptional customer experience, and profitable results," said Mike Teresso, president of Baker Electric Solar.

Randhahn brings more than 15 years of construction experience to his new role, with the last seven years in the solar industry. Prior to joining Baker almost four years ago, he served as regional operations manager for Global Resource Options Inc. (dba groSolar). He received his BA in industrial and organizational psychology from San Diego State University and his MBA from University of San Diego.

"Keith has done an exceptional job of developing his team and delivering results over the last four years. He is our subject matter expert in all things solar and construction," said Teresso. "Without his knowledge and dedication to the organization, we would not be where we are today. We have identified Keith as the ideal person to continue leading pre-construction and engineering functions as well as continuing to develop our new offerings -- two key areas for our continued growth."

For more information about Baker Electric Solar, visit http://bakerelectricsolar.com.

About Baker Electric Solar
San Diego solar company, Baker Electric Solar, designs, builds and installs photovoltaic solar power systems for new and existing homes, commercial facilities and utility-scale projects across Southern California. Baker Electric Solar is a BBB accredited business with an A+ rating. It has been recognized by the San Diego Business Journal as a ranking Clean-Tech Company, Alternative Energy Supplier, and one of San Diego's Fastest Growing Companies. It ranked No. 10 on the Journal's 2014 Best Places to Work in San Diego Medium Category. It also earned the 2013 Angie's List Super Service Award and recently was named one of Solar Power World Magazine's 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors in North America. Baker Electric Solar is San Diego's first SunPower Elite Dealer. For more information, visit http://bakerelectricsolar.com.

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