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Glimmerglass Ltd. has new leadership to head up its Cleantech Renewable Energy sector. Peter Ridgway, ex H-P sales and marketing leader, has assumed the reins of the Glimmerglass Ltd. rapidly growing alternative and renewable energy group. Responding to the needs of its client base, Glimmerglass has ramped up the breadth and depth of its "Greentech" business unit, thereby increasing the offerings it has in its portfolio of client services. Ridgway's focus is on the recurrent alternative and renewable energy -- wind, solar and biofuels markets -- and their technical, economic and practical applications. Glimmerglass is experiencing rapid domestic and global interest in its energy services products and is pursuing additions to its cleantech staff.
About Glimmerglass Ltd.
Glimmerglass Ltd. is a Silicon Valley based strategic business and regional development provider with a proven track record for producing successful marketing, branding, and communications results for its corporate clients as well as state, regional and local governments. Its management team members have technical backgrounds, corporate management, startup, entrepreneurial and world-class corporate consulting experience. Their combined technical expertise resides in alternate and renewable energy, cleantech applications, industry services, academia, electro optics and semiconductor and semiconductor equipment manufacturing. Glimmerglass has been an active participant and contributor to New York Tech Valley's transition into the world's foremost nanotechnology center by creating the "Albany Symposium," introducing SUNY Albany (ANT), Saratoga Springs (SEDC), and The Center For Economic Growth (CEG) to SEMATECH, AMD and leading domestic and international nanotechnology corporations.
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