Anthony Camarota

Anthony Camarota (EPOX-Z Corporation)
#SolarMOOC Lecture: Increase the Power of Your Rooftop Mounted Solar PV System – Thursday, June 05, 2012

Anthony Camarota is the Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of EPOX-Z Corporation. As a leader in the field of polymer science, Mr. Camarota holds multiple patents in resin technologies and is the inventor of EPOX-Z’s high performance coatings.

A two time recipient of the prestigious Frost and Sullivan Product Innovation Award for resin technologies, Mr. Camarota is a former Massachusetts “Businessman of the Year” and a recognized authority on small business development, appearing and testifying before the US Congress on enabling SBIR legislation.

Tony has many accomplishments in his industry. He is a recognized global authority on Cool Roofing and Energy Efficiency and is a National Member USGBC. He is the author of AIA Continuing Education Course “Cool Roof 101”, and a keynote speaker at the International Workshop on Advances In Cool Roof Technologies. Tony has been hosted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in July 2011, and has been a Panelist Con Edison Energy Summit: Modernization of the Building Envelope Through Energy Efficiency.

Mr. Camarota is a member of the New Jersey Clean Energy Committee, and the Global Superior Energy Performance Partnershipan. He is an advisor to the Global Cool Cities Alliance, and to Dr. Art Rosenfeld and LBNL Heat Island Group.

 

A graduate of Northeastern University, Mr. Camarota has more than 30 years of experience in the polymer field having been associated with a number of specialty materials companies in various capacities.
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Increase the Power of Your Rooftop Mounted Solar PV System

  1. January 27, 2013

    globalgreen

    Mr. Camarota our company has had difficulty finding your 30 yrs experience with polymers. Please send info to globalgreenllc64@gmail.com

     

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