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Banderas Xtelar Solar

Professionals At Your Service

Xtelar Solar is a family-owned business, set in Texas, and made up of a talented team of engineers, accountant and economist. We come together to work towards our main mission of producing high-quality results for all of our clients’ needs. Together, we provide solutions to make our communities run more efficiently. 

We are a renewable energy company and we believe in the potential of sunlight to create a cleaner and more sustainable future for our generations.

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Zaileth E.

Project Manager

 

Computer Science engineer with Project Management Professional (PMP) certification; worked as an engineer for 20 years, going from Change Management Consultant to Business analyst, Project Manager and Quality engineer; then dedicated to manage and succeed a nonprofit organization she and her husband cofounded.

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Yubi Q.

Marketing Manager

 

Economist.  With certification in capital markets (MC);  She has been working as a local and international business manager for 11 years.  MBA in marketing. Strategic marketing specialist. 

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Manuel P.

Finance Manager

 

Public Accountant with Texas certification in Auditing. Worked as director of internal audit in infrastructure for 15 years.  Specialist in tax management with MBA in finance. 

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JD

Operations Manager

Electrical Engineer with master’s degree in engineering; PE certified in Texas. Worked in the power company in Venezuela for over 12 years; spent a few years with the oil & gas industry and also worked for the electric transmission company for over 6 years.

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Robert "Mano"

Master Electrician

Been in the Heavy Industrial field for 45 years working for big EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction) companies. 

In the early 80's transitioned to the Power Sector and worked on 4 of the 9 Luz SEGS (Solar Energy Generating Systems) in the Mojave Desert which had a combined capacity of 354 megawatts making the facility the first commercial & biggest solar plant in the world until 2014.

Worked on numerous Coal & Gas Fired Power Plants, Simple & Combined Cycle some with Black Start capability.

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