SolarKal, Commercial Solar Advisor, Expands Reach and Team with New Hires

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VP of Sales and Two Solar Brokers Join SolarKal

New York, NY (July 10, 2018) SolarKal, a commercial solar energy advisor, announced three new hires that expand SolarKal’s footprint in the Northeast. SolarKal works with businesses, property owners and managers nationwide on navigating the transition to solar energy.

Joe Joyce joins the executive team as Vice President of Sales. Joe will support the solar broker activity and business development. Joe said that “more and more, I’ve seen business and building owners who want to implement solar give up because the parade of solar developers and EPC contractors and their proposals resulted in a lot of confusion. As a result, many good projects aren’t being built. The advisory and brokerage services performed by SolarKal are exactly what these potential solar customers need and I’m excited to be able to help them get their projects built.”

SolarKal strengthens its sales force with the addition of two solar brokers. Adam Madoian will cover Westchester and Cliff Babson is responsible for sales in the Southern Tier/Upstate NY. Their decades of renewable energy sales experience along with facilities management experience positions SolarKal as a leader in the solar advisory industry.

Yaniv Kalish, CEO of SolarKal shared that “We are very excited to have Joe on our team. Joe has over a decade of solar experience and over 25 years in commercial sales. He has developed dozens of projects for clients like FedEx, Goya Foods and SHI, which will add tremendous value to our existing and future clients. Joe joining our team is another proof of our success and growth. Cliff and Adam are uniquely qualified based on their background in the solar and energy industry. They are the ideal addition to our sales team, allowing us to help more companies eliminate their energy bills.”

About SolarKal
SolarKal, a commercial solar advisor, was named the winner in New York State’s 76 West Clean Energy Competition. They help companies navigate the transition to solar, from the first site visit to the final installation.