Contact Us...

 

Deacon Stone: Marketing & Outreach Director

Our specialist in communication, Deacon is the best place to start with media inquiries, questions, statements, and general information inquiries. He can plug you into someone on the team if need be, set up media interfaces, even come talk to you, or make a presentation to your business, or organization about going solar. 

deacon@solarholler.com

304-690-1197

 

Leah Cunningham: Solar Guide

See Leah with inquiries for solar proposals, she's the one who follows up when you fill out a Free Solar Proposal form! Leah guides our customers through the process from inquiry, through proposal, financing, grant applications (if applicable), and contract closing. For any customer inquiries, she's your best first-stop!

leah@solarholler.com

304-376-9000

 

Addi Battista: Logistics Coordinator

Addi guides our customers through the process from contract, to interconnection. For contracted customers, permit inquiries, equipment supplier communications, logistics, receiving and the sort, Addi is the information powerhouse!

addi@solarholler.com

 

Dan Conant: Founder

Building the business, creating more employment and trainee opportunities, Dan brings his expertise in energy policy and and innovative financing approaches to the fore daily. He heads our operation, and leads our small but growing team of hard-scrabble West Virginia social entrepreneurs.

dan@solarholler.com

 

In the news

 

Our innovative program for helping non-profits go solar has gotten some attention.  In the past year, our projects have won:

Here's a sampling of the media coverage of our work:

Fact Sheet, Obama Administration Announces Clean Energy Savings for AllWhite House Fact Sheet, July 19th, 2016

How This Library Paid $1 to Install its Solar Panels, Yes! Magazine, June 2nd, 2015

Solar Holler Keeps HolleringShepherdstown Chronicle, April 20th, 2015

Solar Project at Public Library CompleteMartinsburg Journal, January 10th, 2015

Crowdfunding Solar in West Virginia, Front Porch Blog, December 19th, 2014

Grassroots Teamwork Creates Local Solar MovementWV State Journal, September 26th, 2014

Solar Library Project Well Received By Community, September 18th, 2014

Going Solar in West Virginia, Presbyterian Church USA Blog, September 11th, 2014

Church Officially SolarShepherdstown Chronicle, August 29th, 2014

How A New Group Is Helping Non Profits in West Virginia Get Solar Panels For Just $1Think Progress, August 27th, 2014

New Organization Wants to Put Solar Panels on Non Profit Buildings Across West VirginiaWV Public Radio, June 4th, 2014

Cutting Power Bills for WV Non Profits & Fortifying the Grid, Public News Service, May 27th, 2014