San Francisco—January 7, 2013Clean Power Finance, the online market for residential solar financing and leading provider of solar sales software, today announced the appointment of Greg Sellers as Vice President of Field Operations. In this role, Greg will work with Clean Power Finance’s solar installer partners to ensure best practices for short and long-term quality of solar installations.

“Greg Sellers’ record of leadership in solar inspection and permitting supports Clean Power Finance’s efforts to increase the professionalism of the residential solar industry, and his work at Burnham Energy overseeing quality assurance for thousands of solar systems expands our expertise,” said Nat Kreamer, Clean Power Finance CEO.

Prior to joining Clean Power Finance, Greg started Burnham Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Burnham Nationwide. During his three years as Director, Greg built Burnham Energy into the nation’s largest residential solar inspections company. A former local elected official in Morgan Hill, Calif., Greg has a broad range of public and private sector experience, including a role as a founding member of SolarTech, an initiative of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group that works to resolve technical and market barriers to the mass adoption of solar. Greg earned a BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz and an MA in public policy from California State University, Monterey Bay.

“I chose to join Clean Power Finance because of its leadership in considering new ways of deploying and managing residential solar installations,” said Greg. “I look forward to ensuring the streamlined deployment and long-term success of the company’s rapidly expanding portfolio of solar projects.”

 

About Clean Power Finance

Clean Power Finance is driving themass-market adoption of residential solar with its online business-to-business marketplace that connects the solar industry and the capital markets. Clean Power Finance provides solar professionals, including marketers, installers, manufacturers and distributors, with access to a variety of non-exclusive, white-label residential finance products and an easy-to-use solar sales quoting and design tool. The company’s transparent pricing makes it easy for financial firms and lenders to invest in residential solar projects that provide reliable rates of return. Founded in 2007, Clean Power Finance is venture backed by Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers (KPCB), Google Ventures, Claremont Creek Ventures, Clean Pacific Ventures and Sand Hill Angels. To learn more about how Clean Power Finance can accelerate the growth of solar businesses, please visit www.cleanpowerfinance.com.