Miasole, a notable solar start-up that has been hit with some delays, is getting retrofitted.
The company, which specializes in copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) solar cells and panels, has appointed Joseph Laia as CEO and president. Laia, a veteran of the semiconductor chip equipment industry, worked most recently at KLA-Tencor.
Dave Pearce, founder and former CEO, will stay on as chairman.
"The board and I have long talked about a transition to a leader who will scale Miasole to commercial manufacturing and worldwide operations," said Pearce in a prepared statement Monday.
Sources also say that the company … Read more