Power Glass Developer, XsunX, Adds Key Executive Management

XsunX, Inc., developers of Power Glass(tm), an innovative thin-film solar technology that is intended to allow glass windows to produce electricity from the power of the sun, announced the appointment of Joseph Grimes to the position of chief operating officer.

In his new position reporting to CEO Tom Djokovich, Grimes will focus on developing and managing the necessary programs and infrastructure to prepare for the Company's growth and business development efforts.

According to Tom Djokovich, CEO, "We're delighted to welcome Joe to the Company. As a development-stage company, to date, we have focused all of our attention and resources on R&D and the development of innovative new thin film technologies. It is our intention to be equally focused and methodical about the future stages of the company's growth, including marketing and business development. Joe's experience managing complex projects and his track record of delivering technology-based solutions will help ensure detail-oriented execution and accountability to our future efforts."

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Date: 18 April 2006
Source: Chron.com

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