SunSi Energies Inc. (OTC:SSIE), which aims to provide the raw materials used by solar companies like LDK Solar Co., Ltd. (NYSE: LDK) and JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq: JASO), is revamping their leadership team in a big way. The company is setting the stage to pounce on neglected market segments and become a leading supplier to the solar industry.
SunSi focuses in on acquiring Chinese facilities that produce Trichlorosilane (TCS), which is the raw material needed for producing solar photovoltaic (PV) components. SunSi may be researched here http://www.sunsienergies.com
Emerging Strong from China
SunSi Energies is looking to consolidate TCS producers in China in order to become a stand out player in the industry. After appointing credible leadership with extensive expertise, the team is now focused on a vigilant acquisition and expansion strategy.
SunSi realizes the current demand in China, acknowledges existing production inefficiencies, and can’t ignore the growing potential for export. The company has ambitions of becoming the largest TCS producer in the world, and now has the management, plans in place, and sustainable focus to bring it all to fruition.
Battling Oil with Seasoned Management
Soon, the world will decide that it is tired of getting its energy from dirty and inefficient fossil fuels. As solar becomes a prominent market force and increasingly more cost-effective, SunSi Energies is the company that will be holding the keys to the gate in terms of resources. This need for alternative energies like solar power is making TCS a huge factor in the world’s coming energy revolution.
Michel G. Laporte is the Chairman and CEO of SunSi Energies and is a seasoned veteran in his field. Mr. Laporte brings extensive work experience, which includes the management and development of mutual funds and a background in civil engineering. With respect among his peers and an arsenal of entrepreneurial will power, Mr. Laporte is leading the way and ushering in a new team of experts needed to bring SunSi to the next level.
Mr. Zhang Fahe has been appointed as the Director of Technology and holds over 30 years of experience in the Chinese chemical industry, while Mr. Chen Changming has been appointed as Chief Representative and possesses a vast knowledge of foreign trade and investment. This elite officer panel also includes Mr. David Natan who has been appointed as their new CFO. Mr. Natan brings over 30 years of merger, acquisitions, equity capital and expert management skills with him.
Fossil fuels may still be the cheapest form of energy, but solar power has broken the $1 per watt barrier and is getting ever closer to economic viability. As for the future, SunSi Energies is aiming to form the base of the industry with its expert team. By consolidating the supply-side of the solar industry, SunSi is well positioned to benefit from the coming rapid adoption of solar technologies.
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