10 Jul WorldWater & Solar’s fast growth adds west coast sales team led by Scott Sullivan
Company Recently Announced Additions of Executives Chris Sherring, PhD and Chriss Molello
(Princeton, NJ – July 10, 2017) WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc. (WWST) of Princeton, NJ is pleased to announce the Company has added a California sales team led by Scott Sullivan. The addition of this six person sales force strongly reflects WorldWater’s rapid growth, which recently included hiring Solar Executives Chris Sherring, PhD as COO and Chriss Molello as VP of Sales and Marketing. The Sullivan sales team will work to form a substantial presence throughout North America for WWST, the international solar and water engineering company that has been experiencing increased growth of projects and sales throughout the world.
In addition to the North American market, the Company now has projects in various stages of operation in Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, Namibia, Mexico and the Philippines.
“WorldWater’s across-the-board capabilities in solar activities, from multi-MW solar electric parks to deep-well pumping for irrigation and standalone purification/desalination systems, give the Company a vital market in the US as well as overseas,” says Scott Sullivan. “We are pleased to join with WorldWater & Solar.”
“The Sullivan team adds years of solid experience in sales to our capabilities in America,” adds Quentin T. Kelly, WorldWater’s Founder, Chairman and CEO. “We welcome them as we join forces at the Intersolar North America Conference in San Francisco this week (July 10-13, 2017).”
WorldWater is re-uniting with Dr. Sherring and Sullivan, who have experience with the Company dating to the late 1990’s, and with Molello, who formerly sold products to WorldWater from his positions at AstroPower, General Electric and BP Solar.
About Scott Sullivan
Scott Sullivan brings 30 years of professional sales and marketing experience in the energy sector, both domestic and international.
Having worked with global renewable energy companies on both utility and commercial projects, Scott’s experience makes him recognized as an industry expert. In the energy sector, Scott has worked on the demand side, the supply side, and energy efficiency projects, helping companies reduce their carbon footprint while saving money.
His last 20 years have been spent in the renewable energy sector working with PV panel manufacturers, power electronic manufacturers (inverters), including fuel cell manufacturers, and renewable project developers.