CEU Credit: 0.4
Session Type: Pre-Convention Workshops
Track Number: PW-7
Speaker: Michael Kazimierczuk – Wind Business Development Manager – Tyco Electronics Sean McKenna – Solar Business Industry Manager – Tyco Electronics
Date: Friday, October 01, 2010
Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Solar & wind power continue to hit its stride as a mainstream technology for providing affordable green energy. Manufacturers, installers, and operators are looking to lower installation and operating costs to improve efficiency and reliability. Faster installs, higher reliability, and easier maintenance all play a role in getting alternative energy sources online quickly, reliably and without interruption. All are critical to the success of the project. Tyco Electronics will discuss the technology and solutions to help get you there.
Michael Kazimierczuk is the Wind Business Development Manager for Tyco Electronics. Michael joined TE from Tele-Fonika Kable, a leading European medium and high voltage cable manufacturer, where he served as Product Marketing Manager for the global alternative energy and mining divisions. Michael has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from NIU as well as an MBA.
Sean McKenna is the Industry Manager for TE’s photovoltaic business. A 1982 graduate of Gettysburg College, he has worked with Tyco Electronics/AMP Incorporated since 1984 as a Sales Engineer, National Distribution Account Manager, and America’s Industry Manager prior to his involvement with Alternative Energy. Most recently, Sean worked with module manufacturers and installers to develop product solutions from the Tyco Electronics product portfolio for the solar industry. Sean looks to expand TE’s portfolio of product offerings to the installer, inverter, disconnect, and charger markets.
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