Draker Labs, a provider of turnkey monitoring systems for large commercial- and utility-scale solar photovoltaic systems, has made several additions to its management team.
Scott Sullivan has joined the company as vice president of sales. Sullivan, who has an extensive career in the solar sector, was most recently director of major accounts at Satcon, a global manufacturer of power-conversion products. Sullivan will lead the company's sales efforts in the commercial- and utility-scale PV markets.
Other recent additions to Draker's management team include Mark Sherman as vice president of marketing, Gail Chagnon as director of finance, Jefferson Goethals as director of product development, and Dominic Nicholas as director of software engineering.
Sherman was formerly director of marketing at Visio Corp., now part of Microsoft. Chagnon joins Draker from Seventh Generation, where she served as director of financial planning and analysis. Goethals was formerly executive vice president at SolarWave Energy, a solar monitoring provider for residential PV and thermal systems. Nicholas served as principal engineer at StubHub, now part of eBay, and consulted for Alteris Renewables.
In addition, AJ Rossman, founder and chief technology officer, has left the company. Rossman, who remains a Draker shareholder, plans to complete work on his doctoral degree while continuing to work on renewable-energy-related technologies.