(TEMPE, Ariz. – October 10, 2018) – Sunny Energy, an Arizona-based solar installation and consulting company, has named electrical and solar energy engineer Bahram Emami, as its newest distributed energy resources (DER) integration project manager. In his new role, Emami will identify and launch solutions in advanced solar, battery storage, EV charging, DER aggregation and other resources that are beneficial to both consumers and utility companies.
Sunny Energy’s co-founder and director of operations, Joe Cunningham, served as Emami’s industrial advisor in ASU’s Professional Science Master’s Solar Energy Engineering and Commercialization program, where he graduated this August with a 4.0 GPA.
“Bahram’s final applied project at ASU involved the value of solar, and the value of solar plus battery storage, when connected to the grid in the U.S. Southwest,” said Cunningham. “He brings in extensive knowledge and will be a valuable asset to not just us, but the future of solar technology.”
Emami also holds a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Wollongong in Australia and a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering from Azad University in Iran.
Originally from Tehran, Iran, Emami now resides in Scottsdale with his wife.
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Sunny Energy is a residential solar company that is dedicated to helping homeowners save money on their electric bills. The company focuses on delivering superior performance by using the best design, installation, equipment, and financing options to ensure the best combination of value and performance. Each project is customized to provide homeowners with the most advantageous option to produce their own clean and inexpensive energy. With offices in Arizona, California and Texas, Sunny Energy provides solar installation, battery storage, energy management, financing and service and repair. The company has been named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power World magazine. For more information, call (480) 257-3283 or visit www.sunnyenergy.solar.