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John Baumstark

John W. Baumstark

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer

John is the founding Chairman and CEO of Suniva, Inc., the leading American manufacturer of highly-efficient, affordable solar cells and modules. Suniva evolved in 2007 from John's collaboration with Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi, Regent's professor and founding director...

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John is the founding Chairman and CEO of Suniva, Inc., the leading American manufacturer of highly-efficient, affordable solar cells and modules. Suniva evolved in 2007 from John's collaboration with Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi, Regent's professor and founding director of Georgia Tech's University Center of Excellence for Photovoltaics (UCEP). Under John's leadership, Suniva has raised over $250 million from top venture capital firms and private equity companies, including New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Warburg Pincus, and Goldman Sachs.

Suniva was named 2010's Commercial Technology of the Year by Platts Global Energy and Renewable Energy Exporter of the Year by the Export-Import Bank of the United States where John had the honor of accepting the award and introducing President Obama before his major policy speech on U.S. exports. For two consecutive years, the Wall Street Journal ranked Suniva #2 in its list of the Top 10 Venture-Backed Clean Technology Companies and placed them on the Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies across all industries list. Suniva has also earned top rankings in Greentech Media's Top Fifty Green Start-ups and by AlwaysOn GoingGreen as one of the Top 50 green technology companies in the Eastern U.S.

John has more than 20 years' experience in early and late-stage private and public companies. Prior to founding Suniva, John was an operating partner at H.I.G. Ventures, providing overall strategy for the fund as well as development of portfolio companies.

From 2001-2005, John was president and CEO of DWL, the leader in customer data integration software. Under John's leadership, DWL was profitable and cash-flow positive for 20 consecutive quarters, and was named one of the fastest-growing technology companies in North America three years in a row by Deloitte and Touche. DWL and was acquired by IBM in 2005.

Earlier in his career, John served as the Chief Operating Officer of TRADEX Technologies, during which time TRADEX became the market leader in digital marketplace
platforms. In March of 2000, TRADEX was acquired by Ariba for $5.6 billion, making it one of the largest software acquisitions in history.Previously, John directed worldwide field operations for Infinium Software, where he led a successful initial public offering, and acquired two companies.

John graduated from Colorado College with a BA in Business/Economics, and is a graduate of the AeA Stanford Executive Institute. He is a former director of Procuri, Inc., which was sold to Ariba in 2007; and former director of Marketmax, which was sold to SAS in 2003. John currently serves on the Board of Directors for Gwinnett Technical College and on the Board of Directors of the Technology Association of Georgia.

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Ajeet Rohatgi

Ajeet Rohatgi, Ph.D.

Founder, Chief Technical Officer

Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi is a Regents’ Professor and a John H. Weitnauer, Jr. Chair in the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He joined Georgia Tech’s ECE faculty in 1985 and is regarded as one of the world’s leading research scientists in photovoltaic...

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Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi is a Regents’ Professor and a John H. Weitnauer, Jr. Chair in the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He joined Georgia Tech’s ECE faculty in 1985 and is regarded as one of the world’s leading research scientists in photovoltaic (PV) technology. Dr. Rohatgi is also a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar, the founding director of the University Center of Excellence for Photovoltaic Research and Education (UCEP, where Suniva got its start) and the founder and CTO of Suniva®, Inc.

Dr. Rohatgi has positioned Suniva as a U.S. leader in the research, development and manufacturing of high-efficiency, low-cost crystalline silicon cells using unique technology that evolved from his work at UCEP. Dr. Rohatgi continues his research on the development of low-cost high-efficiency cells, innovative cell designs, and cost and technology roadmaps for attaining grid parity with silicon PV.

Under Dr. Rohatgi’s leadership, Suniva has accomplished several industry firsts and achievements, including the fastest ramp-up to 100MW production in the industry (and current expansion to 170MW); the raising of $270 million in capital since Suniva’s inception; the successful production of cell efficiencies exceeding 19%, and R&D cell efficiencies exceeding 20%.

Honored as an IEEE Fellow, Dr. Rohatgi has published more than 400 technical papers in the PV field and has been awarded 16 patents. Dr. Rohatgi is recognized globally for his research and development contributions:

  • Georgia Tech Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award by the School of ECE, 2012
  • Georgia Tech 2010 Outstanding Achievement in Research Innovation Award
  • Leadership in Technology Award by Renewable Energy World for achievements in advancing the market for renewable energy in North America, 2010
  • Named “Champions of Photovoltaics” by Photovoltaic World – The Magazine for Solar Power by Renewable Energy World Network, 2010
  • Excellence in Renewable Energy Award for Industry Leadership, 2010
  • Hoyt Clarke Hottel Award by the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) for outstanding educator and innovator in the field of photovoltaics, 2009
  • “Envention Award” by Atlanta Business Chronicle for conservation and pollution-curbing efforts, 2009
  • Thought Leadership Award finalist, Aspen Institute’s 2009 Energy & Environment, 2009
  • Climate Protection Award by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for dedication and technical innovation in PV, 2009
  • One of the Five Most Influential People in Renewable Energy by Power Finance & Risk Magazine, 2008
  • Georgia Institute of Technology Outstanding Research Program Development Award, 2007
  • William Cherry Award by the IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2003
  • Rappaport Award by the U.S. Department of Energy/NREL, 2003
  • Georgia Tech Distinguished Professor Award, 1996
  • Georgia Tech Commencement Speaker, 1996
  • IEEE Fellow
  • Westinghouse Engineering Achievement Award, 1984

Dr. Rohatgi received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, in 1971, and a M.S. degree in Materials Engineering from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA in 1973. He received a Ph.D. in Metallurgy and Material Science from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, in 1977.

Prior to joining the Electrical Engineering faculty at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Dr. Rohatgi was at the Westinghouse Research and Development Center in Pittsburgh, PA in 1977 and became a Westinghouse Fellow while working on the science and technology of photovoltaic and microelectronic devices.

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James Modak

James M. Modak

Chief Financial Officer

Jim Modak is an experienced financial executive with more than 30 years experience in high growth businesses. His career has included three public offerings, four sell-side M&A transactions and more than 50 buy-side M&A transactions...

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Jim Modak is an experienced financial executive with more than 30 years experience in high growth businesses. His career has included three public offerings, four sell-side M&A transactions and more than 50 buy-side M&A transactions.

As CFO of Suniva, Jim assisted in raising over $250 million in capital and led the debt financing for the company's manufacturing equipment. Jim continually focuses on efforts of constant improvement for operational cost efficiencies throughout Suniva. These efforts were recognized by The Wall Street Journal's Next Big Thing survey, which ranked Suniva #2 in the 2010 Top 10 Venture-Backed, Clean Technology Companies. In addition, Jim manages the human resources aspects of Suniva, which has seen steady growth since the company was founded in 2007.

In March 2010, Suniva received the Renewable Energy Exporter of the Year by the Export-Import Bank of the United States. Jim presented at EX-IM Bank's annual conference, where President Obama addressed attendees and announced his export initiative.

Before joining Suniva, Jim was the CFO of Datapath, a $300 million company providing mobile satellite communications. While at Datapath he led the company's private placement of $350 million in 2006. His career has included COO and CFO roles at companies such as DWL, a private enterprise software company which was grown from $5 million in revenues to over $35 million in four years, ultimately leading to the sale of the company to IBM.

Additionally, Jim was the CFO at Tradex Technologies where he helped build the business into one of the leaders in developing digital marketplaces. Jim and the executive team ultimately sold the company to Ariba in one of the largest software M&A transactions at the time of $5.6 billion.

He has held senior financial executive positions at such companies as Total System Services-NYSE, American Software and Logility-NASDAQ and FFMC-NYSE (sold to First Data in 1995). In addition to public financing experience, Jim has significant operational and business development experience.

Jim began his career with KPMG Peat Marwick where he spent 12 years after graduating from the University of Notre Dame. He currently serves on the Library Council of Notre Dame.

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Stephen P. Shea

Stephen P. Shea, Ph.D.

Chief Engineering Officer

Dr. Shea has spent more than 35 years in Photovoltaics, including device design, research and development, manufacturing process development, technology transfer, and engineering and operations management. As Chief Engineering Officer, Steve leads ...

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Dr. Shea has spent more than 35 years in Photovoltaics, including device design, research and development, manufacturing process development, technology transfer, and engineering and operations management. As Chief Engineering Officer, Steve leads Suniva's manufacturing design implementation, proprietary processes and growth. Prior to his current role, Steve was Vice President of Manufacturing at Suniva, leading the creation of the company's operations group, which successfully implemented the first Suniva process line in a record-setting 14 weeks from start of construction to first product. His team has also tripled production in the Norcross facility during 2009, and collaborated with Suniva R&D to optimize the company's production process to achieve average cell conversion efficiencies above 18% with no increase in capital cost and with reduced variable cost.

Prior to joining Suniva in 2007, Steve's work covered all aspects of the PV manufacturing value stream. From 2004 to 2007, Steve worked primarily as an independent PV consultant, with a portfolio of work covering process optimization, cost modeling of next-generation manufacturing processes, advanced metallization research, staff training, and a full factory installation in Egypt which included process design and documentation, staff training and factory start-up.

During 2005-2006, Steve was Senior Visiting Photovoltaic Manufacturing Specialist at Xerox-PARC in Palo Alto, CA. Prior to that, he spent more than 20 years with Solarex (later BP Solar), one of the largest vertically-integrated PV companies in the world, with factories in Maryland, Madrid, Bangalore, and Sydney. As Director of Technology in the Crystalline Division of BP Solar, Steve was responsible for technology development and implementation across the entire PV value stream, from raw material to modules. Before joining Solarex in 1983, and after completing his Ph.D., Steve ran the Materials Analysis Lab at the University of Delaware's Institute of Energy Conversion, working with a wide range of emerging thin-film materials and devices.

Steve earned an M.S.E.E. and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware, where his graduate work concentrated on Electron Beam Induced Current (EBIC) measurements of carrier transport in thin film solar cells. He also earned both a B. S. in Engineering Science and a B. A. in English Literature from Swarthmore College. Steve is the author of more than 25 papers on photovoltaics.

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Bruce McPherson

Bruce McPherson

Vice President of Research and Development

As Vice President of Research and Development at Suniva, Bruce and his team of scientists are responsible for successfully advancing the ARTisun® Series of monocrystalline cells. The team's impressive 20% cell efficiency results are being ...

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As Vice President of Research and Development at Suniva, Bruce and his team of scientists are responsible for successfully advancing the ARTisun® Series of monocrystalline cells.  The team's impressive 20% cell efficiency results are being incrementally deployed into manufacturing, using low-risk steps that maintain low manufacturing costs.  Working closely with Dr. Steve Shea, Chief Engineering Officer, Bruce transitions ideas from the R&D lab environment into full-scale, viable manufacturing. Together, Suniva's R&D and manufacturing teams have recently added more than 1% cell efficiency gains without adding any new manufacturing processes.

Bruce also works closely with Suniva's founder and CTO, Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi, and Georgia Tech's University Center of Excellence in Photovoltaics (UCEP), in all aspects of cell design, fabrication and characterization.  An important part of Bruce's role is managing the Suniva development lab, a 5,000-square-foot cell development lab fully equipped to conduct comprehensive experiments as well as confirm promising advances within a pilot environment.  Additionally, Bruce oversees Suniva's module application lab, which includes state-of-the-art environmental test chambers, cell stringing equipment, and lamination and flash testing capability. The module application lab enables Suniva to research new module designs and improvements to module bill-of-material components.  Key focus areas include improving module performance and streamlining installation and module integration.

Bruce is the co-author of several advanced cell structure patent applications that are currently in progress. Prior to joining Suniva, Bruce was Vice President of Strategy/Product for Tradex, which was acquired by Ariba; he held a similar position with DWL, which was purchased by IBM. Bruce's career also includes management roles in research and development, product management and strategic planning.

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Gregory Mihalik

Gregory Mihalik

Vice President of Module Operations

Greg has nearly 25 years’ experience in the energy industry, including 18 in solar manufacturing and operations. As Vice President of Module Operations, Greg oversees all aspects of Suniva’s module design and manufacturing...

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Greg has nearly 25 years’ experience in the energy industry, including 18 in solar manufacturing and operations. As Vice President of Module Operations, Greg oversees all aspects of Suniva’s module design and manufacturing.

Prior to joining Suniva, Greg was Vice President of Module Operations for SunPower. Most recently, he spent the past three years managing SunPower’s internal and contract module operations worldwide from its Philippines base, completing construction of a 500-megawatt (MW) site and expanding operations from a single line of 30 MW to 10 lines totaling 400 MW. Greg also grew SunPower's contract manufacturing capacity from 40 MW per year in Asia to 400 MW in Asia, Europe and North America.

During his career, Greg has also held leadership positions in operations and engineering at Shell Solar, SolarWorld and Siemens Solar.  He was Director of Capital Equipment and Facilities for Shell Solar and SolarWorld, and participated on a team that purchased and designed a 250-500 MW integrated solar operations facility.

Greg began his career as a research scientist in the field of crystal growing in Goleta, CA and later entered the field of solar energy as an engineer with Siemens Solar.  Greg developed an energy-efficient Silicon crystal growing process and received the Green Energy award from the DOE, the State of Washington's Governor's Award on Sustainability, and the Bonneville Power Administration Green Energy Award.

Greg holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Yale University and an MBA in Management Sciences from Golden Gate University.  Greg has authored and co-authored publications in both of his fields of expertise, crystal growing and solar energy.

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Marc Rogovin

Marc Rogovin

Vice President of Corporate Services

Marc brings more than 25 years' experience to Suniva, spearheading corporate services and project management for large capital developments, including more than $2 billion worth of construction projects during his career. He is responsible for Suniva's supply chain...

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Marc brings more than 25 years' experience to Suniva, spearheading corporate services and project management for large capital developments, including more than $2 billion worth of construction projects during his career. He is responsible for Suniva's supply chain operations; real estate, construction and manufacturing project management; insurance and purchasing logistics, and facilities management operations. He acts as Suniva's chief procurement officer.

Marc joined Suniva as Senior Director of Corporate Services, helping to secure the most appropriate site for Suniva and negotiate the incentive packages. He was responsible for the build-out of Suniva's corporate offices and manufacturing plant, taking the building from an empty shell in July 2008 to full production in October 2008 -- achieving the fastest production ramp-up in solar manufacturing. Marc is also focused on Suniva's continued growth, achieving speed-to-market for Suniva's manufacturing expansions in 2009 and 2010.

Prior to joining Suniva, Marc was Vice President of Real Estate and Construction for Aarons, a public furniture company based in Atlanta. Under Marc's leadership, Aaron's successfully grew from 300 to 1,500 locations in seven years.

Previously, Marc was Vice President of Corporate Services for Health Images (later acquired by HealthSouth), managing the construction, facilities and equipment purchasing for all of the company's medical outpatient diagnostic centers.

Marc graduated from Georgia Tech with a B.S. degree in Architecture and Building Construction.

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Matt Card

Matt Card

Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing

Matt Card brings over 20 years of marketing, business development, sales and product management experience working and leading in high-technology companies ranging in size and diversity from engineering start-ups, established software development firms and ...

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Matt Card brings over 20 years of marketing, business development, sales and product management experience working and leading in high-technology companies ranging in size and diversity from engineering start-ups, established software development firms and global telecommunications providers.

One of Suniva's first 20 employees, Matt has been instrumental in building Suniva's worldwide customer base since 2008, having led or managed the development of many of the company's key customer relationships, including UPS, AEG Power Solutions, Tenesol, and Heliene Energy and Solar City. Under Matt's guidance, Suniva's sales organization has developed strategic commercial relationships with leading EPCs nationally and internationally, with major customers in North and South America, Asia, and Europe, and developed an industry-leading distribution channel, including strategic partners such as Sonepar, Gexpro, AEE and Soligent.

He has also held senior positions in Sales, Marketing, Channel Development, Strategic Alliances, Product Management, and Systems Development, at various high-technology companies including Air2Web, Infinium Software, Xcellenet, KnowledgeWare andSprint Telecommunications after starting his career in application development at MCI.

Matt holds degree a degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia, and has done graduate studies, majoring in International Business, at Georgia State University.

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Press Releases

10.22.14 - Suniva Awarded $2.3M SunShot Grant by U.S. Department of Energy

10.20.14 - Suniva Congratulates Partners on Solar Builder Award Nominations

9.4.14 - Suniva Celebrates Seven Years as America's Leading Solar Manufacturer

8.26.14 - Suniva Partners with Technology Credit Corporation

8.12.14 - Suniva Begins Construction on Second Solar Facility

7.22.14 - Suniva Announces Plant Expansion to Michigan

7.8.14 - Suniva Powers Nations Oldest Overseas U.S. Naval Base

6.17.14 - Suniva Powers Whole Foods Market in Austin, TX

6.12.14 - Suniva Powers Water Reclamation Facility in Coleman, FL

6.3.14 - Suniva Powers Water Reclamation Facility in Cary, NC

5.6.14 - Suniva Powers VA Medical Center in Arkansas

4.10.14 - Suniva Powers Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

3.11.14 - Suniva Powers Second VA Medical Center

2.6.14 - Suniva to Power the Georgia National Guard in Savannah

1.28.14 - Suniva Powers Multiple Auto Dealerships in New York

1.09.14 - Suniva Powers Delta TechOps in Mexico

12.19.13 - Suniva Partners with Coldwell Solar to Power 1MW in CA

12.12.13 - Suniva Awarded $4.5 Million for Innovations in Solar Manufacturing

10.22.13 - Suniva Partners with PetersenDean on Solar 4 America Campaign

10.21.13 - Suniva Celebrates Six Years as America's Leading Solar Manufacturer

7.25.13 - Suniva Commissions First Complete PV System in Mexico

5.09.13 - Suniva Announces Manufacturing Capacity Expansion and New Jobs at Norcross HQ

4.15.13 - Suniva Invited to Participate in U.S. Department of Commerce's Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Trade Policy Mission to Chile

4.12.13 - U.S. Embassy Tokyo Embraces Solar Power

4.05.13 - Suniva Participates in the Export-Import Bank of the Unites States' Annual Conference

4.02.13 - Suniva Leading Participant in the Brookings Global Cities Initiative in Atlanta

3.28.13 - Suniva wins Manufacturer of the Year for medium-sized manufacturers, presented at the 2013 annual “Movers & Makers” Awards, sponsored by Partnership Gwinnett and the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce

2.13.13 - Suniva’s Chief Engineering Officer responds to an article concerning hazardous waste associated with the solar energy industry.

1.28.13 - Suniva Enhances Module Line With UL 1000 Volt Certifications And Adds Module Capacity

1.28.13 - Ex-Im Bank Approves $780,000 Loan Guarantee To Finance U.S. Solar-Module Exports to Mexican Rooftop Solar-Power Project

1.18.13 - Suniva Named “Company of the Year” by TAG Smart Energy Society

12.18.12 - Suniva’s Chief Marketing Officer Participates in U.S.-Japan Renewable Energy Roundtable

11.09.12 - Suniva Selected by AlwaysOn as a Going Green Silicon Valley Global 200 Winner

10.18.12 - Suniva Modules Approved by Funds Working with Clean Power Finance

10.02.12 - Suniva Delivering 265W and 310W Modules in Q4 2012

9.11.12 - Suniva Announces Expansion into New Markets

08.14.12 - Suniva Modules Certified PID Free by PV Evolution Labs

07.26.12 - Suniva Modules Power Georgia's First Carbon-Neutral Laboratory at Georgia Tech

07.10.12- Suniva Announces Partnership with Largest Solar Energy Equipment Distributor in the Americas

07.09.12- Suniva Names AEE Solar Its Latest Distribution Partner

06.05.12 - Suniva Modules Power Redstone Energy Demonstration Center

05.12.12 - Suniva Named 2012 Cool Vendor in Solar Energy

04.12.12 - Suniva Powers Largest Utility Scale Solar Installation in Tennessee

04.04.12 - Suniva ARTisun Select Cells Averaging 19% in Production

03.27.12 - Suniva to Power Bonnie Brae Campus

02.09.12 - City of Raleigh Gets Powered by Suniva

02.02.12 - Suniva Powers 1MW Solar Farm at Chattanooga Airport

01.18.12 - Suniva Names Sunetric Hawaii's Elite Dealer of Optimus Solar Modules

01.10.12 - Suniva Solar Panels Powering Array at Hangar Housing President's Marine One Helicopter

11.18.11 - Suniva Powers Georgia's Largest Solar Canopy for Laredo Bus Facility

11.10.11 - Suniva Solar Technology Used to Power Utility-Scale Solar Park in UK

10.17.11 - Suniva Chosen to Supply High Performance Solar Panels to Innovative Residential Leasing Program

10.11.11 - Suniva Expands PV Product Line with Balance of Systems Solutions

10.5.11 - Suniva Powers 1.26MW Rooftop Solar Array in Elizabeth, New Jersey

9.29.11 - Suniva Announces Linear Power Performance Warranty

9.08.11 - Suniva Awarded $2.8 Million "SunShot" Grant from U.S. Department of Energy

8.23.11 - Suniva Helps Power Science Education Center in Avon, CO

7.12.11 - Suniva Expands U.S. Module Assembly and Research Facility

6.15.11 - Suniva Powers 250kW Rooftop Solar Array at UPS in Lakewood, New Jersey

6.07.11 - Suniva Announces Optimus Modules

5.24.11 - Suniva Powers the First Energy Cost-Neutral Park in the U.S.

4.20.11 - Suniva Wins Pacesetters Award (#1 Fastest Growing Company in Metro-Atlanta)

2.15.11- Suniva Collaborating with Varian Semiconductor on Advanced N-Type Solar Cell Using Boron Implantation

2.08.11- Suniva ARTisun Select Cells Surpass 19% Efficiency in Production

12.03.10- Suniva is Named Commerical Technology Company of the Year at 2010 Global Platts Award

11.22.10- Suniva Executive Appointed to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee

11.17.10- Suniva Powers Largest Install in Georgia

11.15.10 - Suniva Receives $15 Million Working Capital Loan Guarantee from Export Import Bank of the United States

11.8.10 - Suniva Joins President Obama at US-India Innovation Roundtable

8.10.10- Ex-SunPower Executive, Gregory Mihalik, Joins Suniva as VP of Module Operations

7.22.10- Suniva Helps Power Award-Winning LumenHAUS Project; Fuels Innovative Projects Around the World

7.20.10- U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke Visits Suniva for Private Tour of its Manufacturing Facility

7.14.10- Suniva Ranked As Georgia's Fastest-Growing Small Mid-Market Company on Georgia Trends Fast 40 List

7.07.10- Suniva Increases Manufacturing Capacity to 170 Megawatts

6.17.10- Suniva Selected as an AlwaysOn East Top 100 Winner

5.13.10- Suniva to Join Commerce Secretary Gary Locke On Business Development Trade Mission to China

5.12.10- Suniva is "An American Success Story" Says Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu

4.15.10- India's First 1MW Rooftop Solar Plant Powered by Suniva

4.1.10- Suniva Selected for Loan Guarantee Program by U.S. Department of Energy

3.16.10- Suniva Solar Cells Power 3MW Solar Project in India

3.11.10- Suniva Named Renewable Energy Exporter of the Year by Export-Import Bank of the United States

3.05.10- Wall Street Journal Ranks Suniva the Second Most Promising Venture-Backed Clean Technology Company

2.23.10- Suniva Founder & CTO, Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi Recognized for Industry Leadership at Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo

1.28.10- Suniva, GS Battery Partner to Develop Energy-storing Solar Systems Powered by SunivaTM

1.19.10- FLS Energy Completes Second Commercial Solar Project Powered by SunivaTM

1.15.10- Suniva Awarded $5.7M In Clean Energy Manufacturing Credits

12.08.09- U.S.-Based Solar Manufacturer, Suniva, Announces New Chief Commercial Officer

11.24.09- Suniva Cell Technology Powers India's First Large-Scale Solar Project 

10.27.09- Suniva, FLS Energy Target Southeast U.S. with High Performance U.S. Solar Farm

08.26.09 - Suniva ARTisun Solar Cells Surpass 18% Efficiency in Production

08.19.09 - Suniva and Oneworld Sustainable Partner On Solar Schools Project

07.27.09 - Suniva Raises $75M In Series C Funding Round

04.21.09 - Suniva Founder and CTO, Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi, Honored by U.S. EPA & American Solar Energy Society for Lifetime Achievement

04.02.09 - Jacoby Development and Suniva Make Solar Commitment to Aerotropolis Atlanta

03.03.09 - Former SunPower COO Joins Board of U.S. Based Solar Manufacturer, Suniva

12.11.08 - First Plant Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

11.04.08 - Suniva Begins Production of High Efficiency Solar Cells at Norcross Facility 

09.16.08 - Suniva Produces Record Screen Printed Solar Cells with 20%+ Efficiencies

08.21.08 - Suniva Enters Customer Agreement with Titan Energy Systems Valued at More Than USD$480 Million

08.06.08 - Suniva and Solon Announce Supply Contract Worth More Than USD$500 Million

06.25.08 - Suniva & REC announce 5 year Supply Agreement worth over $300M USD

06.05.08 - Suniva Announces New Manufacturing Faciity in Atlanta Metro Area

02.27.08 - Suniva named to top-10 technology companies in Georgia list

02.20.08 - Suniva Attracts Veteran Tech Executives for Key Roles

02.05.08 - Suniva raises $50 Million in Series B Funding Round

 

News

10.10.14 - MLive, "See Inside As Construction Continues at Suniva's New Saginaw Township Site"

10.7.14 - Solar Industry Magazine, "Future Solar Cost Reductions Hinge on Raising Solar Cell Efficiencies"

10.3.14 - Mlive, "Suniva Comes to Saginaw County as Solar Industry Grows in US"

10.2.14 - MLive, "Suniva: 'We've Hired the Best of the Best"

10.1.14 - MLive, "See Inside as Construction Continues at new Saginaw Township Site"

9.30.14, ABC - "Suniva offers first Look Inside Saginaw Township Solar Facility"

9.17.14 - ABC, "Old Building Gets New Life as Suniva in Saginaw Township"

8.26.14 - Suniva to Offer Commercial- Scale Leases

8.14.14 - Slate, "A Closer Look at the New Energy Economy"

8.13.14 - MLive, "Suniva Finalizes First Round of Hiring"

8.7.14 - Solar Industry, "Conditions And Capital Seem Ready For U.S. PV Manufacturing"

8.5.14 - Sun, Wind & Energy, "Suniva Announces U.S. Module Manufacturing Expansion"

8.5.14 - Mid Michigan, "Solar Manufacturer Suniva to Build in Saginaw Township"

7.25.14, Global Atlanta, "Suniva Sees Bright Solar Future in U.S. and Mexico"

7.25.14 - WSJ, "Tariffs Boost Solar-Panel Makes in U.S."

7.23.14, PV Magazine "Suniva Adds 200MW Capacity"

7.23.14 - WSGW 790, "Solar Energy Company Coming to Saginaw Township"

7.22.14 - M Live, "Solar Manufacturer Suniva coming to Saginaw Township, Plans to Create 350 Jobs"

7.22.14, PV Tech, " Suniva Announces U.S. Expansion"

7.17.14 - "U.S. Solar Cell Manufacturer Shines With Help of Bank

7.15.14 - CBS Exclusive, "Suniva Powers Guantanamo Bay"

7.09.14 - PV Tech, "Suniva Modules to Power Guantanamo Bay Naval Base"

6.17.14, "The Roof of the White House"

6.14.14, "Suniva Powers Florida Water Treatment Center"

5.14.14, Solar Pro Magazine, Whole Foods Powered by Suniva

5.9.14 - PV Tech, "Suniva Powers Arkansas VA Medical Center"

5.6.14 - Yahoo! Finance, "Suniva Powers VA Medical Center in Arkansas"

4.10.14, Solar Industry, "Suniva Supplies PV For Walter Reed’s Wounded Warrior Lodge"

3.12.14 - Suniva's Buy America-compliant Modules Power VA Medical Center

2.13.14 - NASCAR Green, Suniva Powers UPS Truck at NASCAR 2014

1.13.14 - PV Tech, "Suniva Hails Mexican Opportunity for US Manufacturers"

1.09.14 - Solar Industry, "Suniva Supplies 1.1 MW Of Modules For Solar Power Project In Mexico"

12.11.13 - Energy Department Invests $13 Million to Drive Innovative U.S. Solar Manufacturing

10.22.13 - EON News, "PetersenDean Roofing and Solar Partners with Suniva and DPW on Solar 4 America Campaign"

10.21.13 - Suniva Celebrates Six Years as America's Leading Solar Manufacturer

9.5.13 - Fort Mill Times, "PetersenDean Set to Launch Fuel for Life Campaign"

8.1.13 - Delta Skymag, Suniva mentioned in Delta's Skymag August edition

7.25.13 - Yahoo! Finance, "Suniva Designs and Commissions First Complete PV System in Mexico"

7.12.13 - Natural Resources Defense Council, "Solar On My Mind in Georgia"

6.12.13 - Solar Energy USA, "Solar In Your Community – Suniva Solar Panel Manufacturing"

5.25.13 - Gwinnett Business Journal, "Suniva Capitalizes on New Energy Paradigm"

5.15.13 - Renewable Energy World, "US PV Manufacturer Suniva Plans Expansion"

4.16.13- Global Atlanta, "Suniva on U.S. Mission to Chile"

4.16.13 - Power Engineering, "U.S. Embassy Selects ABC Solar to Monitor Solar Energy System in Tokyo"

4.15.13 - Suniva Participant in U.S. Department of Commerce's Trade Policy Mission to Chile

4.09.13 - Solar Today, "Do-it-Yourself Pays Off for UPS"

4.05.13 - Suniva participates in the Export-Import Bank of the United States annual conference

4.01.13 - Atlanta Journal Constitution, "Reed to launch regional exports push"

3.28.13 - Suniva wins Manufacturer of the Year for medium-sized manufacturers

2.20.13 - Suniva Powers UPS Truck at NASCAR

2.20.13 - NASCAR Gives UPS the Green Flag in 2013

1.31.13 - U.S. Trading Company Cuts Energy Costs With Vista Solar

1.28.13 - Ex-Im Bank Approves $780,000 Loan Guarantee To Finance U.S. Solar-Module Exports to Mexican Rooftop Solar-Power Project

1.29.13 - SunTrust Building Worlds 1st Foamed In Solar 50KW System

10.18.12 - Suniva Modules Approved by Funds Working with Clean Power Finance; Selection Based on Strength, Financial Stability and Product Quality

10.9.12 - Airport Improvement Magazine, "FAA Funds Green Projects at Chattanooga Metro"

10.03.12 - PV Tech, "Suniva Makes its 265W and 310W OPTimus Modules Available for Q4 Shipments"

09.10.12 - Yahoo!, Suniva Announces Expansion into New Markets

08.14.12 - Yahoo! Finance, "PV Evolution Labs Qualifies Suniva in Stringent New Potential Induced Degradation (PID) Certification

07.26.12 - Reuters, "Suniva Modules Power Georgia`s First Carbon-Neutral Laboratory at Georgia Tech"

07.11.12 - PV Magazine, "Suniva Announces Partnership with Largest Solar Energy Equipment Distributor in the Americas

07.10.12 - PV Tech, Panel Producer Suniva Partners with Wholesale Distributor AEE Solar

06.21.12 - GA Tech Alumni Magazine, "Here Comes The Sun", Featuring Dr. Rohatgi, pgs. 46-51

06.08.12 - AJC, "State Has Bright Future in Solar"

06.05.12 - PV Tech, "Suniva Modules Powering PV Demonstration at US Army Site in Alabama"

06.05.12 - Solar Industry, "Suniva Supplies Modules for Redstone Energy Demo Project"

05.07.12 - InterPV Magazine, "PV Systems Performance and the LCOE Equation"

05.03.12 - Gartner Research, "Suniva Named 2012 Cool Vendor"

05.01.12 - AJC, "Georgia Factory Activity Improves Again"

04.12.12 - Jackson Sun, "Officials Herald Opening of Solar Farm"

04.12.12 - WSJ, "Suniva Powers Largest Utility Scale Solar Installation in TN"

04.12.12 - PV Tech, "Suniva Modules Used In 5MW West Tennessee Solar Farm"

04.05.12 - Examiner, "Efficient Solar Cells Being Produced in Atlanta"

04.04.12 - PV Tech, "ARTisun Select Cells Said Now To Now Average 19% Efficiency"

03.28.12 - PV Tech, "Suniva Supplies Modules for 810kW Installation at Bonnie Brae

03.26.12 - Yahoo!, "Suniva Solar Panels to Power Bonnie Brae Campus"

03.09.12 - Salisbury Post, "Solar Panels on Concord Parking Deck"

02.28.12 - AV Stop, "Chattanooga Airport Recognized for Energy Saving Innovations"

02.16.12 - WALB, "Solar Supplements WG&L, Powers Chamber"

02.3.12 - Reuters, "Suniva Powers 1MW Solar Farm at Chattanooga Airport"

01.27.12 - Business Journal, "GS Battery ECO R Designed into Suniva's Balance of System Solutions (BOSS)

01.25.12 - Donalsonville News, "APGG Installs Largest Rooftop Solar Array in Georgia"

01.19.12 - PV Tech, "Suniva Names Sunetric Hawaii's Elite Dealer of Optimus Modules"

1.17.12 - GSEA, "Anthony Coker, Sr. Director of Strategic Initiatives, Elected Chairman of the Board"

1.13.12 - Clean Energy Authority, "President's Helicopter Fleet Gets Solar"

1.12.12 - Reuters, "Piedmont Announces Development of 1.4 Megawatt Solar Array"

1.11.12 - PV Tech, "President Obama's Marine One Helicopter System Gets 120kW Suniva PV System"

1.5.12 - Quantico Sentry, "Solar Panels Produce Electricity, Save Money"

1.3.12 - Khon Morning News, "Sunetric Introduces New Type of Solar Panel"

11.18.11 - Greentech Media, "Twelve Good Reasons High-Efficiency Matters in PV"

11.18.11 - Yahoo!, Suniva Powers Georgia's Largest Solar Canopy for Laredo Bus Facilty

10.29.11- Earth Techling, "Solar Leasing Supply Deal for Suniva"

10.21.11 - PV Tech, "Modules, Money, Mountings and More"

10.21.11- Solar Today, "Georgia Tour Spotlights Economic Benefits"

10.19.11 - Optics, "Twenty Photonics Companies in 'Cleantech 100' List"

10.11.11 - Yahoo!, "Suniva Expands PV Product Line with Balance of System Solutions"

10.11.11 - PV Tech, "Suniva's Rapid Innovation Model Shows Multiple Tech Paths to 20% Plus Efficiency"

10.6.11 - PV Tech, "1.26 MW Renewvia Rooftop Featuring Suniva Modules Activated in New Jersey"

10.5.11 - Market Watch, "Renewvia Energy and PSE&G Cut Ribbon on Milestone Solar Project"

10.1.11 - Earth Techling, "St. John Resort Insalls American Made Solar"

9.23.11 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Georgia Tech's Sustainability Showcase"

9.25.11, BloombergTV Energy Now, "Suniva, Making Efficient Cells"

9.9.11 - Globe Atlanta, "Ex-Im Bank President: 'State Capitalism' A Hurdle for U.S.Exporters

9.7.11 - Norcross Patch, "Suniva Solar Project Complete at MARTA Terminal"

9.6.11 - Silicon Valley Business Journal, "Armageddon Energy Installs Pilot Solar System on San Jose City Hall"

8.24.11 - dBusiness News, "New Georgia Tech Undergraduate Commons Features Latest Environmental & Energy Saving Techniques"

8.23.11 - CNBC, "Suniva Helps Power Science Education Center in Avon, CO"

8.7.11 - AJC, "New Era Calls for New Route" - Part 3 of 3

8.7.11 - AJC, "New Era Calls for New Route" - Part 2 of 3

8.7.11 - AJC, "New Era Calls for New Route" - Part 1 of 3

8.2.11 - AJC, "Atlanta Has the Brains, Needs the Bucks"

7.26.11 - AJC, Solar Power Wins A Convert on Georgia's PSC

7.26.11 - AJC, Solar Power Wins A Convert on Georgia's PSC

7.17.11 - Crains Detroit, "Solar Firm Sees Future with UAW"

7.13.11 - WABE, "Atlanta In Top Ten for Cleantech Jobs"

7.13.11 - PV Tech, "Suniva Adds Module Capacity to U.S. Facility"

7.12.11- Atlanta Journal- Constitution, "Suniva Expands Norcross Solar Plant"

7.11.11 - Wall Street Journal, "Sustainability Jobs Get Green Light at Large Firms"

7.1.11 - Vail Daily, "Avon Science Centers Solar System Ready to Glow"

6.23.11 - Photon, Coast to Coast Series, Georgia, Part 17

6.21.11 - Financial Tech Spotlight, "Sun Shines of MedShare's Completion of Solar System"

6.15.11 - PV Magazine, "Suniva Powers 250kW Rooftop Solar Array at UPS Center"

6.15.11 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "UPS, Suniva Partner On N.J. Solar Project"

6.8.11 - Greentech Media, "Efficiency Matters"

6.8.11 - PV Tech, "Suniva Optimus Modules Are Now Commercially Available"

6.6.11 - Atlanta Journal Constitution, "Research Dollars Pave Way for Jobs"

6.2.11 - Renewable Energy Focus, "Movers and Shakers" - view pg. 34

5.20.11- Gwinnett Business Journal, "Solar Cell Production at Suniva Boosts Economy"

5.19.11- Solar Today, "Solar Installations: Terry Sanford Federal Building Courthouse"

5.16.11 - Norcross Patch, "Local Company's Solar Panels Catch Rays for MARTA"

5.11.11- Green Building Chronicle, "Gov. Deal Signs Clean Energy Tax Credit"

5.11.11- AltEnergy Magazine, "Intersolar Award 2001 Nominees"

5.11.11 - PR Newswire, "Finalists Announced for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year® 2011 Alabama-Georgia-Tennessee"

5.6.11- Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® finalists for the Alabama/Georgia/Tennessee program

5.4.11 - Applied Materials $4.9B Acquisition of Varian for Ion Implant Technology

4.29.11 - Eco Serendib Villa and Spa Opens on St. John

4.22.11 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Food Bank Gets New Solar Power System"

4.15.11 - Atlanta Daybook, "MARTA to Host Green-A-Palooza"

4.15.11 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "How to Grow"

4.7.11 - PV Tech, "Standard Solar Installs 753kW Carport System at Maryland State College"

4.7.11 - Renewable Energy World, "Anne Arundel Community College Installs One of the Largest Solar Carport Systems on the East Coast"

3.28.11 - American Banking & Market News, "U.S. Commerical Official Leading Trade Missions to North Africa/Middle East"

3.28.11 - Solar Panels, Green Power, "Solar Parking Lot Created by Ted Turner in Atlanta"

3.16.11 - Greentech Media, "Will Solar Go Vertical or Horizontal?"

3.10.11 - Citybizlist, "Editor's Eye on Atlanta: The Wall Street Journal Likes Suniva"

3.10.11 - Global Atlanta, "Ex-Im Bank Chairman Visits Atlanta to Increase GA Exports"

3.9.11 - Wall Street Journal, "The Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies"

3.9.11 - Greentech Media, "Will Solar See a Sematech Soon"

3.4.11 - Bloomberg "Better Energy, Education Policies Needed to Boost Manufacturing"

3.3.11- Wall Street Journal, "The Top 10 Clean-Tech Companies"

2.28.11- Gloucester Times, “Business Briefcase: Georgia Firm Working with Varian On Solar"

2.28.11 - PV Tech, "SNEC Wrap, Part 1:Yingli, Chint & Suniva

2.25.11- Greentech Media, "Varian Brings Ion Implantation to China's Solar Firms"

2.18.11 - 11 Alive, "GA Non-Profit Solar Project Installs PV Array at Upper Etowah River Alliance"

2.15.11 - PV Tech, "Suniva and Varian Team on Boron Implantation for N-Type Solar Cell to Boost Efficiencies to 20% Plus"

2.15.11 - Solar Novus, "Advanced N-Type Solar Cell Using Boron Implantation"

2.9.11 - Dow Jones, "US Export Services at Leading Edge of Turmoil from Budget Cuts"

2.10.11 - Solar Industry, How "American" Are Your Solar Panels"

2.9.11 - PV Tech, "Suniva Signals 19% Solar Cell Efficiences in Volume Production"

2.8.11- Greentech Media, "Suniva Making 19% Efficiency Solar Cells in the U.S."

2.7.11- Suniva Strongly Supports Extension of Buy American Provison Waiver

2.3.11- Envirotech and Clean Energy Investor, "U.S. Solar Industry Faces Up to Asia Challange"

2.3.11 - The Washington Post, "Give Me the Green Light"

2.1.11- The Atlantic, "Meet the Solar Energy Company That's Staying in the U.S."

1.28.11 - Greentech Media, "Armageddon Still Imminent"

1.28.11 - Earthtechling, "Georgia Gets On Solar Power Bandwagon"

1.27.11- Sustainable Business.com, "Suniva's First Utility-Scale Solar Farm in Georgia"

1.26.11- Live Mint.com, "U.S. Firm Taps Into India's Solar Mission"

01.24.11- PR Web, "ESA Renewables Commissions GA's Largest Ground Mount PV System"

01.19.11- USAID, "The Modern Development Enterprise"

01.18.11 - Reuters, "Georgia on My Mind; Cleantech Lights A Fuse"

01.04.11- PV Magazine, "Suniva Named Commercial Technology of the Year"

12.16.10 - Georgia Tech, "Georgia Tech Celebrates Fall Commencement"

12.14.10 - U.S. Pushes India to Lift Solar Import Restrictions

12.7.10- Reuters, "U.S. Launches Drive to Boost Clean Energy Exports"

12.3.10. - Yahoo Finance, "Suniva is Named Commercial Technology of the Year at Platts Global Energy Awards"

11.23.10 - PV Tech, "Suniva CMO Bryan Ashley Appointed to U.S. Government Advisory Committee"

11.23.10 - WSB video, "Beltline Park Installs Solar Panels"

11.19.10 - AJC, "Suniva Solar Installation to Power Kennesaw National Park Visitor Center"

11.15.10 - CNBC, "Suniva Receives $15 Million Working Capital Loan Guarantee from Export Import Bank of the United States

11.9.10 - Global Atlanta, "Solar Firm Joins Obama at India Roundtable"

11.8.10- Hindustan Times, "How India-US Trade Can Scale Greater Heights

10.8.10 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Suniva Leading Way In Solar Power's Promise"

9.7.10 - AJC, "Exporting Is Key to Grow the Economy"

9.5.10 - US India Business Council, "USIBC Convenes Solar Power Task Force"

8.16.10 - Greentech Media, "Top Ten IPO Candidates"

8.13.10- Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Stirring up Cleantech Sector"

8.11.10 - PV Tech, "Homegrown Produce: DOE Waives Vague "Buy American" Provisions, Facilitates More U.S.- Made Solar

8.11.10- PV Tech, Suniva Snags Solar Veteran Greg Mihalik from SunPower

8.10.10- Forbes, "Suniva Chief Argues Solar Sky Isn't Falling"

8.09.10- Department of Energy, Waiver to Buy American Act

7.27.10 - The Washington Post, "Brookings Study, U.S. Cities Need Growth in Exports"

7.27.10 - Greentech Media, "Efficiency Leaders in Crystalline Silicon PV"

7.27.10- AJC, "Metro Atlanta Ranks 13th In Exports"

7.20.10- Forbes, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke Visits Suniva for Private Tour at Manufacturing Facility

7.15.10- PV Magazine, Suniva Ranked as Georgia's Fastest-Growing Small Mid-market Company

7.15.10- The Commerce Blog, Secretary Locke Wraps up Series of Innovation Forums with Visit to Georgia Tech

7.07.10 - PV Tech, "Suniva Expands Atlanta Plant Capacity"

7.07.10- CEO, John Baumstark joins President Obama at The White House for National Export Initiative update

6.28.10- Albany Herald, "Pecan farmer invests in solar energy"

6.27.10- WNC Magazine, "Western North Carolina’s first solar field makes good use of wasted space"

6.14.10- AlwaysOn, Suniva Wins Top 100 AlwaysOn East 100 Top Private Companies

6.3.10 - AJC, Suniva Modules Power GA's Largest Privately Owned PV Farm

5.20.10 - The White House Blog, "World Trade Week and the National Export Initiative"

5.17.10 - Yahoo Finance, ALTA Refrigeration Completes 100kW Solar PV Installation

5.12.10 - Examiner, Suniva Rated Top 5 Cleantech Company for Management

5.7.10 - The White House Blog, "A Success Story from the Clean Energy Economy

5.7.10 - U.S. Department of Energy, "U.S. Energy Secretary Chu To Tour Georgia Solar Facility

4.22.10 - Rep. Johnson's Offices Honored With Green Award

4.1.10 - Reuters, U.S. Solar Startup Says Sold Out Until 2010

3.22.10 - CBS News, "The Top Fifty Green Start-ups"

3.12.10 - Wall Street Journal, "Where the Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies Reside"

3.11.10 - Export-Import Bank of the United States, "Suniva Deal is Named EX-IM Bank Green Transaction of the Year"

3.11.10 - Huffington Post, "Faces of An American Recovery: Clean Energy Jobs"

3.11.10 - AJC, "Suniva Wins Export Award"

3.9.10 - Wall Street Journal, "The Top 50 Venture Backed Companies"

3.8.10 - Greentech Media, "Top 50 VC-Funded Greentech Startups"

3.7.10 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Suniva No. 2 on WSJ's Clean Tech List"

3.4.10 - Dow Jones, "WSJ Ranks Next Big Thing: Top 10 VC Backed Clean Technology Companies"

3.7.10 - Wall Street Journal, "And the Top Cleantech Companies Are..."

2.24.10 - Renewable Energy World, "Excellence in Renewable Energy Award Winners Announced"

2.17.10 - Investors.com, "Rep. Johnson To Tour Suniva"

2.1.10 - Atlanta Magazine, "How It Works: Suniva Solar Cells"

2.12.10 - Global Solar Technology, "1 SolTech Inc. Receives UL Certification for its High Performance Solar PV Panels"

2.11.10 - PRLog, "Radiance Solar Obtains Competitive Grant Funding for Georgia Non-Profit Solar Project"

2.11.10 - Business Wire, "Texas Manufacturer Produces Higher Efficiency Than Most Solar Panels on the Market Today"

2.9.10 - Solar Wind & Expo, "RETECH 2010, Cool Renewable Energy On Display Despite Advancing "Snowmaggedon"

02.01.10 - Photon Magazine, "Multi-megawatt systems in Asia-Pacific

01.28.10 - Reuters, "U.S. Solar Company Teams Up With Battery Maker"

01.28.10 - PV Tech, "Suniva, GS Battery To Collaborate On Solar-powered Energy Storage Systems"

01.11.10 - Op Ed: "Georgia Should Embrace Solar"

01.11.10 - WXIA 11 Alive News, "Norcross Company Awarded Recovery Act Incentives"

1.8.10 - AJC, "Georgia Companies Get Tax Breaks In Latest Obama Jobs Program"

12.11.09 - Climate Change Business Journal, Business Achievement Finance Award Winner

12.17.09 - AJC, "EU Suceeding In Green Commerce

12.11.09 - AJC, "For Norcross-based Company, Solar Energy Production Is Hot"

12.10.09 - AJC, "Georgia Lags In Solar Development"

11.25.09 - Sustainable Business, "Suniva, Titan Complete India Solar Project"

11.24.09 - Cleantech Group, "Titan Energy Launches Operations at First Solar Farm"

08.25.09 - AJC, "Firm Makes Solar Cells"

09.29.09 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Solar Cell Maker Suniva Wins TiE Award"

08.26.09 - Cleantech Group, "Suniva Bumps Solar Efficiency Up to 18% at 96MW Facility

08.26.09 - Cleantech Group LLC, " Suniva Bumps Solar Efficiency Up to 18% at 96MW Facility"

08.26.09 - PV Tech, "Suniva Hits Production Cell Efficiencies of Over 18%, Opens Second Production Line"

08.18.09 - Solar Industry, "Suniva Teams With Oneworld Sustainable On School Projects"

07.28.09 - WXIA, 11 Alive News, "In A Rainy Economy, Local Company Is A Ray Of Sunshine"

07.27.09 - Tech Journal South, "Suniva Beams In $75M Round To Expand Manufacturing Capacity"

07.01.09 - Cleantech Group, LLC, "Cleantech Industry In The U.S. South Emerging From Stealth

06.27.09 - Wall Street Journal, "House Passes Climate Bill"

06.14.09 - CNBC, "Ambling Development Partners, LLC To Be Solar Powered by Suniva"

06.01.09 - Gerogia Trend, "Here Comes the Sun"

05.07.09 - AJC, "Alternative Energy Catching On"

04.28.09 - TAG TV, "Explore Building the Future of the Solar Cell Industry"

04.21.09 - Creative Loafing, "Georgia Tech Solar Power Pioneer Honored by EPA"

04.14.09 - Creative Loafing, "Georgia's Green Economy"

04.10.09 - Atlanta Business Chronicle, "Lighting Up The World: Suniva Tackles Solar Power"

04.02.09 - Sustainable Business, "Suniva To Add Solar To Redeveloped Ford Plant"

03.24.09 - The Financial Express, "Obama Govt's 1st Trade Team In India Pushes Solar"

03.24.09 - NVCA, "Venture Capital Industry Joins President Obama In Support of Investing In Clean Energy Economy"

03.03.09 - PV Tech, "Suniva Taps Former SunPower COO Pai to join board"

02.27.08 - "TAG Unveils 2008 Top 10 Innovative Georgia Technology Companies"

02.26.09 - SEIA, "Georgia Has Some of the Best Untapped Solar Resources in the World"

02.26.09 - WXIA, 11 Alive News, "Norcross Company A Leader In Solar Energy"

Events

Upcoming 2014 Events

11.18.14
Partnership Gwinnett Manufacturing Forum
Duluth, GA
VP of Research and Development, Bruce McPherson, Panelist
Click to register

12.9.14 - 12.10.14
Greentech Media U.S. Solar Market Insight Conference
San Diego, CA
VP Global Sales & Marketing, Matt Card, Panelist

- Past Events, 2013 - 2014

10.21.14 - 10.23.14
Solar Power International, Las Vegas, NV

Learn more about Suniva's financing options with TCC
When: Thursday, 10/23, 8:30-10:00am
Where: MGM Grand
RSVP to jfeng@suniva.com for details

2.3.14 - Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Regional Meeting, Atlanta - Georgia Institute of Technology
Plant Manager, Paul Schneider, Panelist

2.26.14 - 2.28.14
International PV Expo, Tokyo
KGK Booth # E30-26

3.10.14 - 3.11.14
Soligent Dealer Conference, Las Vegas

3.20.14 - 3.21.14
Schletter Workshop, East Granby, CT
Suniva presenting

3.26.14
Suniva presents at GEXPRO Minnesota Solar Roadshow
8:00am - 3:00pm
Best Western, 14201 Nicollet Avenue, Burnsville, MN 55337
RSVP: roger.burke@gexpro.com

5.28.14 - 5.29.14
MIREC, Camino Real Polanco, Mexico

7.8.14 - 7.10.14
Intersolar North America, San Francisco, CA

9.12.14
Solar Powering Michigan, Traverse City, MI
VP Global Sales and Markeing, Matt Card presenting

1.31.13 - 2.1.13

 

Solar Innovation Conference (Soligent), Las Vegas
Exhibitor

2.6.13 - 2.8.13
American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), New Orleans
Airport Planning, Design and Construction Symposium
Exhibitor

2.8.13
Important Webinar: Understanding GA Power's New Solar Initiative with a focus on commercial/medium-scale options
Sponsored by Suniva, and featuring speakers from Georgia Power, Key Bank and Suniva.

2.10.13 - 2.13.13
6th Annual AEE Solar Dealer Conference, San Diego
Exhibitor

2.25.13 - 2.26.13
Caribbean Energy Policy & Procurement Planning (CEPPP):
Aligning Key Stakeholders for Regional Sustainability, Bridgetown, Barbados
Exhibitor

2.27.13 - 3.1.13
6th Annual PV Power Generation Expo, Tokyo, Japan
Exhibitor

3.20.13
Global Cities Initiative, Atlanta
CEO, John Baumstark, panelist

4.4.13 - 4.5.13
Ex-Im Bank Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
CEO, John Baumstark, panelist

4.22.13 - 4.24.13
Greentech Media's 6th annual Solar Summit, Phoenix
CMO, Bryan Ashley, speaking

4.30.13 - 5.1.13
REFF Latin America/Caribbean, Miami

5.21.13
Webinar: Leverage the benefits of 1000 VDC systems!
CLICK for presentation

6.04.13
CBS - Eye on the Environment, Studio City, CA
Suniva participating

6.27.13
Techncial training with Gexpro, Enphase, DPW Solar and Quick Mount PV, Walnut Creek, CA

7.1.13
Louisana's Solar Tax Credit Rules to Change, Effective July 1st
(Click) to learn about Suniva's ARRA and BAA-compliant modules!

7.9.13 - 7.11.13
Intersolar North America, San Francisco

7.18.13, (1-2pm ET)
Webinar: "What Makes PV Module Truly Bankable? The Importance of Quality Materials for Long-term Reliability and Performance"
Hosted by Dr. Stephen Shea of Suniva and Dr. Sarah Kurtz of NREL
(Download PDF)

10.9.13 - 10.11.13
CREF - Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum,
The Westin Resort Aruba
Exhibitor

10.21.13 - 10.24.13
Solar Power International (SPI), Chicago
Exhibitor, Booth # 2415

11.12.13
Solar Opportunities in Georgia and Tennessee, Atlanta
Anthony Coker, panelist
RSVP to: rsvp@bakerdonelson.com

11.15.13
Sustainability Forum, Emory Goizueta Business School, Atlanta
Anthony Coker, panelist
6:30 - 8:30pm

11.30.13
Dealing with a Solar Spill - Harnessing the Sun & Living Sustainably
Wylde Center, Decatur, GA - FREE event
Could solar electric power work for you? What does it mean to live the sustainable life?
Join Sol Haroon, Lead Systems Engineer for a look into what solar electric power is today and how to harness the sun. This solar tour and look "underneath the hood" will be within the context of living a sustainable life and the many grounds that such a life covers.

12.4.13
Atlanta Cleantech Forum, Atlanta
John Baumstark, panelist
RSVP to: rmarkusson@macoc.com

12.14.13
American Energy and Manufacturing Competitiveness Summit (AEMC), Washington, D.C.
Vice President Research and Development, Bruce McPherson, panelist