Meet Greg

I’ve worked in the solar industry for the past ten years and I’m excited to help you see if this technology is a fit for your home.   

I’m motivated by my belief that solar offers a fantastic opportunity to take control of your energy usage, save money, and develop real energy independence.

I graduated from Penn State in 2009, and since then, I’ve been working in the solar industry across multiple jobs in nonprofits, sales, account management, and finance.  These broad experiences allow me to help guide you through the solar research process to get the best outcome for your home and goals.  

I started Solve for Solar to offer homeowners in PA, NJ, DE, and MD an educational, straightforward, and easy residential solar consulting experience.  

From my 10 years in the industry, I’ve seen the good and bad when it comes to solar sales consultants.  While the industry is growing rapidly it is also attracting sales reps who don’t understand the technology and economics.   So bypass all of that and work with someone who has seen the ins and outs of the industry.  

My goal is for all of my customers to have a great experience with solar power and take pride in an investment that can produce clean power for over 30 years.   I’m not working on a quota, and I don’t use gimmicks or high-pressure sales tactics.     

I partner with top-rated local installers to get you the best price, equipment, and warranties.    

Ready to get started?  Let’s chat.

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10 YEARS

EXPERIENCE

44,000 MW

GENERATED MONTHLY

642 +

PROJECTS

Why work with me?

Experience:

* Inside sales consultant with SolarCity (now Tesla).  I evaluated thousands of roofs online so I can tell you if your home is a good fit for solar or if you get too much shade. 

5 years as an account manager with Sungage Financial.   I helped solar installers in the Northeast finance thousands of systems.  From this experience I know what solar installers are quality and which ones to avoid.  I only partner with the highest rated local companies. 


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