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Shey Sabripour has been building and instilling visionary leadership into high technology products for more than 28 years. As the CEO of SolarWing, Shey is responsible for company growth, strategic partnerships and deal structure. Shey is actively involved in project contracts, financing and building the business partnerships which allow the company to provide turnkey design/build/finance services. In 2010, Shey founded Altumaxis Technologies Inc. of Austin, Texas, the parent company of SolarWing and its associated brands. Formerly, the Director of Spacecraft Design at Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Shey led a team of 370 engineers and scientists in design, development, production and launch of over 38 communication satellites and several interplanetary and earth-orbiting spacecraft. During his 24 years of career at Lockheed Martin, Shey was the recipient of seven technical and leadership awards including the person-of-the-year in 2005. Shey earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from North Dakota State University in 1985. Committed to staying at the forefront of his industry, Shey has pursued continuing education in both electrical engineering and executive business management at institutions such as New Jersey Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, Santa Clara University, University of Maryland and Lockheed Martin Center for Leadership excellence. in 2000, Shey co-authored the Spacecraft Power Technologies textbook and is currently completing the Fundamentals of Communications Satellites textbook for World Scientific Press. Shey holds one issued and three pending US Patents. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. An active member of his community, Shey contributes to Habitat for Humanity and the United Way.Show More
As the Chief Technology Officer, Clark oversees product development and engineering, project delivery and field technical services. Clark is an invaluable member of the SolarWing team and brings a wealth of knowledge from the commercial electronics market. Clark's specific talent in system architecture definition is extensive and critically applied in the development of the energy system electronics for SolarWing. His experience is wide ranging across Industrial, Medical, Telecom, Datacom, and Computing markets including system architecture definition, embedded systems design, custom protocol & electrical layer development, RTL Verilog/VHDL code development, Host/Embedded software and firmware programming, and hardware design. Clark has developed and deployed both standard & proprietary solutions for embedded systems including PCIe bridges, i2c Master/Slave/3-way bridges, ATM Utopia Level 1/2/3, SONET POH Processing engines, T1/E1 Frame controllers, Video FIR Filters, UART modules, XAUI to SPI4.2 bridges, SPI4.2 to SGMII bridges, PCI & PCIe controllers, Ethernet SoC solutions, SFF-8485, Blade Server Enclosure BERT system, and proprietary digital clock data recovery system with >3,000ppm tolerance. Clark's architectural developments span silicon to system level solutions including patented power management silicon architecture, 8-bit processor architecture, analog/digital data acquisition & control systems, embedded System on a Chip solutions, and complex multi-board systems solutions.Show More
A civil engineer by training, James (Jay) Tyson received his degree from Princeton University in 1976. Prior to his work in solar energy, he has worked in fields as diverse as road construction, structural design, historic building restoration, construction safety and land development. In 2010 he started training in the field of solar design and received his NABCEP entry level certification later that year. He did some initial work in residential solar site assessment / sales prior to accepting a temporary position as a solar EPC project manager with SunPower Corporation at their Trenton, NJ office in early 2011. While at SunPower, he managed the final stages of project engineering, the procurement and the construction of six commercial projects for two client companies ranging from a 500 kilowatt rooftop system at the Bed, Bath and Beyond store in Cherry Hill, NJ to a 2.2 megawatt warehouse rooftop system in Woodbridge, NJ. Four projects were rooftop projects; two were large solar parking canopy projects (1.1 to 1.8 MW) for Johnson & Johnson in Raritan, NJ. After the completion of those projects, he moved to REC Solar, to serve again as a solar EPC project manager for commercial scale projects. He managed 4 ground-mount installations at school facilities on Maryland’s eastern shore, ranging in size from 300 kW to 900 kW. All were finished on time and under budget. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He also holds a Professional Planner’s License in New Jersey.Show More