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Real Goods Solar Appoints John Coletta As CFO Replacing Erik Zech

Real Goods Solar, Inc. (RSOL) said Friday that John Coletta has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer replacing Erik Zech effective late March 2012.

Coletta started his career at Arthur Anderson in their audit group where he was a fast riser in the organization. During his nine-year tenure at Arthur Anderson, he worked with clients from both the engineering and construction sector, among other industries. After leaving Arthur Anderson, John spent 14 years as a CFO, including 10 years as the CFO for the Rock Bottom Restaurant chain.

With the centralization of all finance and accounting functions to the company's corporate center in Louisville, Colorado, former CFO Erik Zech elected not to relocate from California to Colorado.

by RTT Staff Writer

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