Former VP of Greentech company to run newly formed AirTest subsidiary ClairTec
AirTest Technologies has retained Paul Kacir as chief executive officer for its newly formed subsidiary ClairTec, Inc. ClairTec, an Arizona based company, will be responsible for providing direction and capital to develop, produce and market the new sensor technology.
The company says Kacir has a proven track record with over ten years of experience with hyper-growth, multi-billion dollar organizations. Kacir's most recent position was with First Solar, Inc., a manufacturer of photovoltaic solar panels, as vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary.
“We are extremely excited to have attracted a quality executive manager like Paul Kacir,” said George Graham, CEO of AirTest. “It is a testament to the opportunity that the new sensor technology brings.”
In November 2009, AirTest announced an agreement with Airware Inc. of Santa Barbara, where Airware granted Airtest exclusive worldwide license rights for its revolutionary zero-drift infrared gas sensor technology.
“I am very excited about the opportunity that we have with the Airware zero-drift technology,” said Kacir. “I believe the zero-drift technology will provide a low-cost solution that addresses an existing marketplace with a superior product at a much lower price.”