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Nexsun Corp Names Industry Executive David Pyrce as Chief Executive Officer
Date:1/29/2009

Nexsun Corp, a leader in renewable energy and biofuels development and production, today announced the appointment of David Pyrce as its Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors.

Los Angeles (PRWEB) January 29, 2009 -- Nexsun Corp, a leader in renewable energy and biofuels development and production, today announced the appointment of David Pyrce as its Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors.

Mr. Pyrce is a serial entrepreneur, founding three companies, all with successful exits. One of these companies has a public market value in excess of $3 billion. Mr. Pyrce joins us with over 25 years of executive management experience in general management, business development, marketing, sales and supply chain management. Mr. Pyrce has also been involved in the renewable energy and biofuels sectors for over 15 years, including experience as an operating executive, as well as an investment banker, analyst, venture capitalist and hedge fund manager.

Based in Los Angeles, California, Mr. Pyrce will apply his operating and capital markets experience to advancing the Company's strategic initiatives and operations. "This is a very exciting time to join Nexsun and help craft strategies in the rapidly growing renewable energy and biofuels industry," said Mr. Pyrce.

"As a developer of world class technology, Nexsun is ready to capitalize on its capabilities to lead the industry in bringing advanced technologies to the market. Renewable energy and biofuels is far more developed than many realize and I am proud to be part of the Nexsun team in launching these new growth initiatives."

"The addition of David Pyrce's experience and expertise will enable Nexsun to dramatically increase our production capabilities, establish new critical strategic partnerships and increase our investor base, allowing us to deliver affordabl
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