Fronius USA, located in Portage, Indiana and leading manufacturer of welding and solar equipment, announces new leadership to serve as both Director of Solar Energy and overall CEO of the company.
During his Fronius career, Adrian Noronho has progressed in various leadership roles since joining the organization 7 years ago.
Prior to signing on with Fronius USA, Noronho held the position of Managing Director of Fronius Australia Pty Ltd, where he earned a reputation for being a transformational business leader helping steer the brand to the number one position in terms of market share and industry-leading service and support across both Australia and New Zealand. More recently he has been based in Austria at Fronius International GmbH as Head of Sales for Solar Energy with a focus on North America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Central Asia.
“I am very grateful to be joining the team at Fronius USA. Our vision for taking on the greatest welding challenges to enable new and better technologies as well as transitioning our world to a 100% renewable energy supply, are missions I am very passionate about and have arguably the greatest potential here in the US. It is very exciting and motivating to think about the immense value we will create here over the next few years.”
Noronho’s empathetic leadership style, engineering background and extensive industry and international market experience will help Fronius USA realize the company’s long term strategic goals.
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