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First Solar Inc. has appointed Tim Rebhorn senior vice president of project development. He reports to First Solar CEO Jim Hughes and will be responsible for the company's global project development strategy and execution.

Rebhorn has more than 30 years of experience in the power generation business as a senior executive in the gas, electricity, generation and distribution industry segments. Most recently, he was CEO of Quail Nuclear Specialty Services, an industrial construction company primarily supporting the nuclear power industry.

Previously, he was managing director of Resolutions Management, where he provided strategic support for clients in energy, steel, fuel cell, engineering and construction, petroleum and manufacturing industries.



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