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ZBB Energy Corp., a developer of renewable energy power platforms, has appointed Tony Siebert its vice president of sales and product marketing.

Siebert has served as managing director of grid sales for American Superconductor Corp. (AMSC) and held senior sales, business development and engineering roles at ABB Power Electronics Division. During his time at American Superconductor, he was responsible for the management of sales of AMSC grid products worldwide and was the director of the FACTS and DVAR businesses, responsible for grid sales, business/product development, engineering prioritization and coordination of project management.

In connection with his appointment, Siebert was awarded inducement options to purchase a total of 200,000 shares of the ZBB Energy’s common stock. 50,000 of these options will vest based on the achievement of certain performance targets. The remaining 150,000 of these options will vest over three years.




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