On behalf of International Solar Solutions Inc. and the Board of Directors, Mr. Peter Budd, Chief Executive Officer, is pleased to announce, effective immediately, the appointment of Rita Middleton as Chief Financial Officer. In addition, Rita will join the Board of Directors and Chair the Finance Subcommittee of the Board.
Rita is a CPA, Chartered Accountant by profession, and has over twenty five years of strategic and operational senior management experience in a variety of environments and roles, including operational start-up; dynamic operating segment growth; industry regulatory and public company compliance; business restructuring; process and systems re-engineering; and corporate capital structure initiatives.
Rita’s career spans several market segments, most notablyin media (television broadcast, production and distribution business) and the carbon and renewable sector. In recentyears, Rita was co-founder of First Carbon Credits Corporation and is qualified as a CSA Certified Greenhouse Gas Inventory Quantifier. She is also a past Board member and was a founding shareholder and management consultant with Western Tidal Holdings, a project developer focused on the identification of commercially viable sites for tidal energy electricity production facilities.
Rita previously held the position of Senior Vice President, Finance & Information Technology Services with Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc. She played a key role in the formation and growth of Alliance Atlantis Broadcasting, which owned and operated 13 specialty broadcast television channels in Canada, one of which was HGTV. Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc. was a major international media company until its sale in 2008, with annual revenues of $1.2 billion and approximately 800 employees and offices around the world. It co-owned and co-produced the three television series comprising the CSI franchise, controlled a library of approximately 1,000 titles and operated domestic theatrical distribution businesses. Through this, Rita developed an extensive network of contacts in the financial community and in home renovation and media advertising.
Rita is very actively involved, at Executive levels of the Boards, with charitable organizations, including The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC); The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS); and the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA).
Please join me in welcoming Rita to the position of Chief Financial Officer and to the Board of Directors of International Solar solutions Inc.
Chief Executive Officer
International Solar Solutions Inc.
ISolar and Green Leaf Distribution are pleased to announce an agreement with Georgian College to study temperature differences between residential attic spaces with and without the Solar Powered Roof Vent. The agreement provides students the opportunity to develop research programs that will study the various applications of the Solar Powered Roof Vent and the associated benefits.
International Solar Solutions Inc. (“ISolar”) and Green Leaf Distribution Inc. are two wholly owned Canadian Companies that manufacture and distribute (respectively) Canadian made Solar Attic Vents throughout North America. The Solar Vents provide several benefits to home owners including reduction in electricity consumption, increased life span of asphalt shingles, and a substantial increase in attic air flow reducing mold growth.
ISolar and Green Leaf Distribution are pleased to announce an agreement with Georgian College to study temperature differences between residential attic spaces with and without the Solar Powered Roof Vent. The agreement provides students the opportunity to develop research programs that will study the various applications of the Solar Powered Roof Vent and the associated benefits. Initial technical studies will be performed at the Barrie, Ontario campus to the extent possible. Phase two of testing will incorporate test homes in and around the south Georgian Bay area including Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and Alliston. The focus will be on the collection of real world temperature and moisture reduction data. Along with sustainable energy and environmental students, phase three of testing will also include the Building and Design Departments for the construction of isolar scale testing facilities. The study project will be partially funded by a grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (“NSERC”) of Canada. In addition to the grant, Isolar and Green Leaf are pleased to provide incremental project funding, as needed, to assist Georgian in aspiring to the highest possible standards of scientific research and innovation.
The information will be used to encourage consumer and government participation in this sustainable energy reduction initiative.
For more information, please visit the following links:
Georgian College: http://georgiancollege.ca/wp-content/uploads/Press-Release_-Power-Stream-Partner-Solar-Innitiative.pdf
International Solar Solutions Inc.: www.isolarsolutions.ca
Green Leaf Distribution: www.greenleafdistribution.ca
ISSI was invited to participate in the World Forum on Energy Regulation V - May 2012 - in Québec City. At the forum, ISSI displayed and demonstrated its Universal retrofit Solar-Powered Attic Vent.
You can also find more information about the World Forum on Energy Regulation V HERE.
October 15, 2011 - ISSI sponsored the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) event "Solar Drinks". The event was attended by more than 70 people from throughout the energy sector. Those present enjoyed dinner and drinks as well as a brief and entertaining product demonstration courtesy of ISSI.
Pictured above (from left to right): Kristopher Stevens, Executive Director, OSEA; Peter Budd, Chief Operating Officer, ISSI; Alec Young, Chief Financial Officer, ISSI.
iSolar is proud to announce that it has partnered with Collus Power and four other electricity distribution companies to test the efficiency of its solar-powered attic vents. Collus partnered with Wasaga Beach Distribution, PowerStream, Orangeville Hydro, and St. Thomas Energy in a pilot program which will measure the energy savings of the vents.
In addition, students from Fanshawe, Georgian, and Centennial College in applied research and innovation programs will research and measure the success of the project.
The full article can be found HERE.