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SolarCraft Hires New CFO and Expands Novato Office

Solar Industry Leader Hires Chief Financial Officer

SolarCraft, a leader in solar energy electric and thermal system design and installation, announced today that Bruce W. King has joined their company as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. King’s experience managing financial infrastructure of fast growing companies will help lead SolarCraft as they continue to expand in the dynamic solar energy market.

Bruce King, SolarCraft Chief Financial OfficerA former Senior Associate with Coopers & Lybrand, Mr. King was most recently the Chief Financial and Operations Officer of the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), based in San Rafael. Prior to joining CTI, Bruce was co-owner and President of Kingsbrook Foods, where sales grew more than four-fold over his tenure.

“The experience with fast growing companies that Bruce brings to SolarCraft is invaluable at this stage,” says SolarCraft’s President, Bill Stewart. “As we continue to expand, he will play a crucial role in our growth and management.”

A Kentfield native, Mr. King received his BA in economics from Colgate University, and his MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business. He is also a licensed CPA. Mr. King lives in Novato with his wife, Alexandra, and 2 children.

SolarCraft has also expanded its offices at 285 Bel Marin Keys Boulevard In Novato, California in acquiring an additional 6,200 square feet of office and warehouse. This brings the total area owned and leased by SolarCraft in the building to over 14,000 square feet.

About SolarCraft

SolarCraft is one of the most experienced solar energy contractors in California. For more than 24 years the certified “Green Business” has been providing Solar Thermal and Solar Electric services including consulting, design, installation, monitoring and maintenance. SolarCraft has installed more than 4,300 solar energy systems in California with over 1.3 million square feet of solar collector surface area, saving customers more than $7 million annually and preventing production of more than 28,000 tons of greenhouse gasses every year.

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