Enphase Energy Appoints New Chief Commercial Officer
"Dave brings to Enphase more than 30 years of executive management and sales and marketing experience in the solar and technology industries, with a proven track record of developing and executing aggressive growth strategies in very competitive markets," said
Ranhoff joins Enphase from GCL Solar Materials, where he was the president and CEO. Prior to GCL, he was the president of the Solar Materials group at SunEdison, which was acquired by GCL in early 2017. Ranhoff also served as a senior vice president of sales and marketing for both the solar materials and
semiconductor divisions at SunEdison. He joined SunEdison through its acquisition of Solaicx in
"I am excited to join Enphase with its strong reputation for technology innovation, great customers, solid partnerships, and world class employees," said Ranhoff. "I look forward to working with the team to help deliver the most optimized level of performance for our customers, partners and company."
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