I look forward to helping drive VOLT to even higher levels as we move toward growing our EPC business nationally and when the opportunities present themselves, internationally. - Gabe Romano, VP
Bridgeport, PA (PRWEB) April 15, 2014
First Power and Light, Inc. (OTC: VOLT) announced today that it has appointed Gabriel Romano, an industry leading solar engineer and architect, as Vice-President. Mr. Romano will play a key role in VOLT’s drive to become one of the leading EPC firms in the country.
Mr. Romano has extensive national and international experience in engineering and designing solar arrays of all sizes for residential, commercial, Federal and utility scale clients. Mr. Romano is highly skilled in every facet of the solar development process, from permitting, component sourcing, design, installation and management. Mr. Romano brings to VOLT a track record of success and the Company is excited to have him as part of the team.
VOLT is currently engaged in an aggressive national expansion effort, with the goal of becoming a leading wholesaler solar panel distributor and EPC firm. VOLT recently opened a Phoenix, AZ hub and is preparing to open operations centers in Los Angeles, CA and Houston, TX. As Vice President, Mr. Romano will play a key role in helping to develop and grow this market expansion. VOLT firmly believes that the addition of Mr. Romano will help the Company achieve its market goals and bring strong shareholder returns.
The Company is undergoing a name change to VOLT Solar Systems, Inc., which should be effective shortly. As part of VOLT's name change and its national expansion efforts, the Company is unveiling a new website: http://www.VoltSolarSystems.com.
For questions, please contact Malcolm Adler, President & CEO at (610) 292-0909.
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