Santa Clara, Calif. January 18, 2017 – Green Charge today announced Sean Kiernan as its vice president and general manager for solar and commercial energy storage. Sean is responsible for overseeing strategy and direction of the company’s solar plus storage initiatives through Green Charge’s solar partnership program. Green Charge is the largest provider of commercial energy storage in the United States with more than 55 megawatt hours of commercial energy storage projects in operation or under construction in education, retail, government, and utility properties.
Sean joins Green Charge from SunEdison where, for the last several years, he served as vice president of Advanced Solutions. In this role Sean led efforts to pursue opportunities in both behind-the-meter and in-front-of-the-meter storage projects. Prior to this role, Sean served as vice president and general manager for SunEdison’s North American utility scale business unit overseeing all aspects of project development, financing and construction in the United States. Sean joined SunEdison following its acquisition of Fotowatio Renewable Ventures where he served as Vice President of Project Development.
“Solar and energy storage is an important company initiative and as we enter new markets we are pleased to have Sean’s extensive expertise on our management team,” said Vic Shao, CEO at Green Charge.
About Green Charge
Green Charge has been designing and deploying commercial energy storage since 2009, with systems installed throughout the United States. Backed by ENGIE, the largest independent power producer in the world, Green Charge’s mission is to use energy storage to power the world efficiently and sustainably. Our team is comprised of top energy storage industry experts, who provide performance-based solutions to optimize the value of energy for our customers. Our ecosystem of solar, EV charging, and energy efficiency partners allows our customers to combine energy storage and renewables easily and economically. Delivering all these capabilities with the least possible risk is the Green Charge Power Efficiency Agreement—a shared-savings model that puts the power of energy storage in customers’ hands with no capital outlay.