Lunera Imports LED Talent to Expand Executive Team
Lunera Lighting, Inc., an LED lighting solutions leader, has named Shannon Paul Biggs to Senior Vice President of Operations, George Sigler to Chief Financial Officer and Michael Bremser to the position of Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering.
“Leadership in the LED lighting industry requires rich experience in lighting, semiconductors and green building technologies,” said Michael Keddington, CEO of Lunera Lighting. “We are thrilled to be adding these high-caliber executives to our leadership team. With these additions, Lunera will continue to pursue rapid growth by bringing efficient natural light to the market through our innovative LED fixture design.”
Shannon Paul Biggs, as SVP of Operations, will bring 20 years of experience to Lunera’s supply chain management, engineering and manufacturing operations. He was previously VP of Operations for Kulicke and Soffa, where he built and managed manufacturing operations to improve efficiency and speed to market.
As CFO, George Sigler will be responsible for financial control, cost management, economic strategy, and forecasting for Lunera. George brings many years of financial management experience in the LED industry. Prior to Lunera, he provided financial leadership to several hardware manufacturers, including Permlight Products.
Michael Bremser, brings a distinguished background to Lunera’s leadership, having served as an expert adviser to the US Department of Energy. He has made significant contributions to the advancement of LED technology over the last two decades; he holds numerous granted and pending patents. Previously, he served as VP, Global Program Manager of LED Products for Fulham and CTO for Permlight Products.
About Lunera Lighting
Since its founding in 2009, Lunera products have been installed in over 10 million square feet of commercial real estate. Lunera’s latest generation of troffer and linear pendant LED fixtures are elegantly designed and engineered for power efficiency. They can be readily integrated with third-party building controls, further reducing operating and energy costs, contributing to LEED certification, and enhancing occupant control for comfort and productivity.