SolarEdge founder and co-chairman dies at 54

In a statement, SolarEdge Technologies announced that the company’s founder and co-chairman has passed away. 

“It is with a very heavy and sad heart that we notify of the passing of our dear friend and inspiration, Guy Sella. All of us who had the privilege to work with Guy and be witness to his unwavering drive and infinite levels of energy and passion for what he did know what a huge loss this is, not only to SolarEdge. Guy has left an incredible legacy and his spirit will live on forever in SolarEdge. The entire SolarEdge family mourns his loss. On behalf of our Board of Directors, management team and employees, we extend our deepest sympathies to Guy’s family.”

Two years ago, the company announced that Sella had colon cancer. 

SolarEdge produces solar inverters and energy storage solutions for the solar industry. 

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