Spire Solar Systems' New Vice President, Mr. Stuart Stott. (Photo: Business Wire)
Corporation (Nasdaq: SPIR), a global solar company providing capital
equipment and turn-key manufacturing lines to produce photovoltaic (PV)
modules, and Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC)
Spire Corporation (Nasdaq: SPIR), a global solar company providing capital equipment and turn-key manufacturing lines to produce photovoltaic (PV) modules, and Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) integration services for solar systems, announced today that Mr. Stuart Stott has joined the Company as its Vice President of Solar Systems. Mr. Stott will be responsible for leading Spire’s expanding Solar Systems business.
Spire Solar Systems' new Vice President, Mr. Stuart Stott. (Photo: Business Wire)
Mr. Stott brings to Spire extensive experience in developing large-scale power projects, as well as building sales organizations and strategic partnerships for organizations ranging from startups in rapid growth stages to multi-billion dollar utilities. Most recently, Mr. Stott served as the Global and Renewables Category Manager at New Jersey’s largest regulated public energy company, Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), where he led solar EPC contracts totaling over 100 MW capacity. Mr. Stott’s two-decade career in energy and construction management began at Southern Company (now Mirant) managing development projects throughout Asia, and has included senior management roles at Invensys and K. Hovnanian. “We are pleased to have Mr. Stott leading our Systems group at this exciting time,” said Spire Corporation Chairman and CEO, Roger G. Little. “We anticipate the large-scale PV systems market will continue to grow over the next few years as savvy companies and government agencies hedge against volatile electricity prices by integrating clean, renewable solar-generated facilities. Mr. Stott’s knowledge of the energy sector and his project management track record will make him an asset to Spire and our customers.” Mr. Stott is an active member of the solar industry and frequently speaks at conferences and events. He earned his Master’s degree from the University of Texas and the Australian Graduate School of Business and holds a Bachelors of Commerce from the University of Natal in South Africa.