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Ryan Wartena, PhD, Vice President of Research, Engineering and Development of Nano Sol Systems, Inc., has been named to the Advisory Board of Watts Up America, www.wattsupamerica.com. This cooperative relationship builds on the commitment of both Nano Sol Systems, Inc. and Watts Up America to bring affordable solar energy to the world.
Dr. Wartena, VP of Research, Engineering and Development, is a graduate of MIT. He holds a number of patents pending on energy harvest systems, 3-D battery architectures, battery assembly methods, industrial electrochemical process design and electroanalytical chemistry. Additionally, Dr. Wartena's expertise enables him to be an invaluable asset to the workplace model of Watts Up America.
Watts Up America is positioned in the marketplace to bring affordable solar energy to the world in an effort to achieve a CO2-free energy global economy & create high-tech green-collar jobs for Americans. One of the target projects is to train and employ California low-income residents in PV production and installation and thereby training individuals and providing them the skills to improve the world in which they live. Dr. Wartena is a key member of the academic team for this program.
About Nano Sol Systems, Inc.
Nano Sol Systems, Inc. is dedicated to the production of solar-derived energy as a fuel source that is economically sustainable, socially beneficial, and environmentally responsible. NSSI develops and applies proprietary technology and an integrated approach to resource management for the economic and social betterment of the world through its installations, products and manufacturing equipment. NSSI is a revolutionary green technology company developing new and evolutionary solutions that will provide clean energy with zero emissions for our childrenís children.
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