Press Release: Detroit-Based GreenLancer Doubles Team, Adds New CEO

2-25-2015 Press Release: Detroit-Based GreenLancer Doubles Team, Adds New CEO

Downtown Detroit-based technology company GreenLancer is quickly scaling up to meet the growing demand in the residential solar market across the nation.

In the last month, GreenLancer has more than doubled its team and has realigned executive leadership in this initiative. Zac MacVoy has joined GreenLancer as the new Chief Executive Officer to position the company for the future. MacVoy has a strong background in manufacturing and the lighting industry. After graduating college he joined United Lighting Standards, working his way up to outside sales. He eventually moved into the VP of Sales, overseeing ULS’ sales and go-to-market strategies.

“The solar industry is growing and is becoming vertically integrated, with the end goal of eliminating inefficiencies in the marketplace. GreenLancer is in a great position to solve some of those inefficiencies. We’re looking forward to what the future holds,” said CEO Zac MacVoy.

The solar residential market in the United States has quickly grown to more than $2.9 billion in 2014. GreenLancer is an industry innovator, offering a catalog of web-based design services for the solar industry.

“It’s exciting to see tremendous growth within the company as we continue improving processes and finding new ways to reduce soft costs for our customers,” said EVP Michael Sharber. “As our company keeps growing, we’re working on continuous improvement to provide the best possible services.”

Interviews with GreenLancer are available upon request.

GreenLancer is an e-commerce platform which quickly provides high quality solar system designs needed to build and install solar electric systems. The platform allows contractors to manage projects, get quotes, order and receive design services from one centralized place.


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