Gibson Technical Services, Subsidiary of Orbital Energy Group, Appoints Telecommunications Industry Veteran Scott Stokes as Technical Director



HOUSTON, Aug. 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Orbital Energy Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: OEG) (“OEG”) today announced that its telecommunications subsidiary, Gibson Technical Services, Inc. (“GTS”), has appointed an industry veteran Scott stokes as the new Chief Technology Officer (“CTO”).

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Mr. Stokes is a program management executive with over 30 years of experience in the engineering, planning, design and operation of telecommunications networks. Prior to joining GTS, Mr. Stokes was Director of Business Operations and Director of ISP / OSP Engineering and Construction at Jacobs. His skills include planning, design, construction and management of fiber optic network projects, as well as project execution for new and existing networks. Mr. Stokes has successfully led teams of technicians, engineers, construction managers and installation teams across much of United States. Likewise, Mr. Stokes has overseen the construction, modification and repair of hundreds of wireless telecommunications facilities across the United States.

During his tenure at Jacobs, Mr. Stokes completed fiber optic engineering and construction projects in several US states for AT&T, Verizon, Crown Castle, SiFi Networks and Google. He has led various special projects in the development and optimization of micro and macro trench technologies, and led the deployment of the Smart City, Smart Parking, Smart Lighting and Connected Vehicle initiatives involving Jacobs, Qualcomm, Nokia and AT&T.

Mike McCrackensaid the CEO of GTS: “With a wide range of telecommunications network design and operational experience to draw on, Scott will allow OEG, GTS and their various partners to capitalize on our most recent acquisitions. By combining our telecommunications expertise with the various experience we will further penetrate the telecommunications market, enabling GTS to market its broad portfolio of technical services to a much larger customer base during this period of unprecedented growth in the world. telecommunications industry driven by the implementation of 5G and the rise of the mobile ecosystem. “

About Orbital
Orbital Energy Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: OEG) creates a diversified energy services platform through the acquisition and development of innovative companies. Orbital Energy’s business group includes Orbital Power Services, Orbital Solar Services, Orbital Telecom Services and Orbital Gas Systems.

Orbital Power Services provides engineering, construction, maintenance and emergency response solutions to the electricity, utility and intermediary markets.

Orbital Solar Services provides engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) expertise in the renewable energy sector and has established relationships with solar developers and panel manufacturers in the large-scale solar market.

Orbital Telecom Services, operating as Gibson Technical Services, has nationwide sites equipped to effectively support multi-vendor OEM technology environments and off-site facility construction operations as needed with services specializing in broadband, wireless, outdoor facility and building technologies, including healthcare. Orbital Gas Systems has been a leader for 30 years in innovative gas solutions, serving the energy, electricity and processing markets through the design, installation and commissioning of sampling systems, measurement and distribution of industrial gases.

As a publicly traded company, Orbital Energy is dedicated to maximizing shareholder value. Most importantly, our commitment to conducting our business with a high level of integrity, respect and philanthropic dedication enables the organization to make a difference in the lives of its customers, employees, investors and the global community.

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