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Solar Energy Entrepreneur Shares Experiences

Location: Louis L. Goldstein Hall

March 23, 2015
Teris Pantazes, founder of Seven Seas Energy, will speak Monday, March 23 in Goldstein Hall.

CHESTERTOWN, MD—On Monday, March 23, Sotereas “Teris” Pantazes, class of 2002, will return to Washington College to talk about his experiences in the fields of real estate and renewable energy systems. The event, which is free and open the public, will be held in Goldstein 100 of Louis L. Goldstein Hall at 5:30 p.m. 

Pantazes is the founder of Seven Seas Energy, a commercial solar energy installation company for the Mid-Atlantic region established in 2007. He is also the president and CEO of Amecor International Corp, which focuses on renewable energy projects in developing nations.

Pantazes graduated from Washington College with a degree in Political Science. While on campus, he also studied business and philosophy, was a brother of the Kappa Alpha Order, served on the SGA, and competed on the sailing and rugby teams. He earned a master’s degree from the Ed St. John School of Real Estate at Johns Hopkins University in 2008. 

This event is sponsored by the Business Management Department and the J. C. Jones Program in American Business Leadership.

—Catalina Righter ’17

 Teris Pantaze with his wife, Kate, promoting Seven Seas on the company web site.Teris Pantaze with his wife, Kate, promoting Seven Seas on the company web site.


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