Richmond, BC, September 13, 2022 – Discover Battery, a SOLV4EX company headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia, adds to its solar and renewables team with two industry experts with extensive solar backgrounds. Discover has added Mike Wight and Troy Daniels to its growing solar team with the ever-increasing demand for our energy storage systems.
Based in Utah, Michael Wight joins Discover Battery as a Solar Sales Engineer. He brings over 15 years of experience as an electrician, off-grid/micro-grid designer/builder, special operations and crew manager, and solar power system consultant. Wight graduated from Solar Energy International (SEI) as an engineering professional.
“Michael is an experienced system designer with a demonstrated history of working in various industries that need specialized expertise in solar and energy storage,” says David Norman, VP of Product and Business Development – Solar, Discover Battery. “Skilled in customer service, sales, strategic planning, research and management of new solar technologies, his unique skill set will help further our customer goals and ensure their energy needs are met and that we all are on the cutting edge and leaders in the industry.”
Colorado-based Troy Daniels joins Discover as Installer Relations Manager. His eight years of experience in the solar industry and direct battery experience working for a leading lithium battery manufacturer allow him to make an immediate impact.
“Troy’s experience building solar installer relationships allows Discover to reach our target audience faster and make a direct impact with installers,” says David Norman, VP of Product and Business Development – Solar, Discover Battery. “His direct experience with lithium batteries and building installer support tools and training is invaluable to our business.”
Discover is reinforcing its existing solar team to facilitate expected growth in this segment. With new product launches on the horizon, the need to support solar installers and distributors with industry experts allows the company to compete better with other battery manufacturers.