Michael Harre Reelected To EPIA Board Of Directors

Date: 19 April 2010
Source: Schott
Developing the market and political issues pivotal elements of the European industry association’s work.

World’s largest photovoltaic industry association has over 200 members
 
The members of the European Photovoltaic Industry Association EPIA have reelected SCHOTT Solar Board member Michael Harre to their executive committee. At the Annual General Meeting held in Rome, he received an outstanding 109 votes to continue serving on the Board of Directors and will remain in office until 2012. The EPIA Board is responsible for representing the solar industry at the political level and continuing to promote the development of this market through joint activities. With over 200 members from the entire PV industry, EPIA ranks as the world’s largest photovoltaic industry association and represents about 95 percent of the European photovoltaic industry. The organization has its headquarters in Brussels.
 
"The last two years have been very exciting and eventful. I am looking forward to continuing to put my knowledge and expertise to use at EPIA and helping to promote the PV sector during the difficult phase we are currently experiencing," Michael Harre said upon being reelected to the EPIA Board.
 
Michael Harre was first elected to the Board of Directors of EPIA in 2008. He has been actively involved in the photovoltaic market since 2000, when he took on a management position at SCHOTT AG. In 2002, Harre was named a member of management of what used to be the solar business unit. Today, he is responsible for the areas of marketing and sales as a Board member of SCHOTT Solar AG. He has been leveraging his professional experience as a member of the EPIA Board for the past two years. 

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