Founder & CEO
An 8 year veteran of the solar industry, Dan previously helped start up the largest solar installer in Vermont and served as a technical advisor to the US Dept of Energy’s SunShot Initiative. He has an MS in Energy Policy and Climate from Johns Hopkins.
Laura is a seasoned data wizard and operations specialist . She’s done everything from reconciling multi-million dollar budgets at an energy efficiency utility to manage real time electricity trading. She lives in Shepherdstown.
Chief Financial Officer
Spencer is a seasoned executive with nearly twenty years of experience in helping companies develop and execute growth and financial strategies in new and emerging markets.
Chief Sunshine Officer
A native of Monongalia County, WV, Leah’s a Mountaineer through and through. She has a Journalism degree from WVU. At Solar Holler, she heads up our marketing and community outreach efforts. In her spare time you’ll find her lighting up the stage with her band Funkifly.
Born and raised in Fairmont, Elizabeth is a veteran community organizer who has spent her career lifting communities up. At Solar Holler, she’ll help you figure out the best system for you.
Cody is an experienced roofer and home builder, and tours around West Virginia with his band. At Solar Holler, he’ll come out and plan the finer details of your installation.
After spending a decade in college admissions, Robyn made the jump into the clean energy industry to help guide homeowners through the process of going solar. She lives in Shepherdstown, where she excels at baking and gardening.
From Morgantown, WV Abby is a true townie graduate of WVU. She studied Environmental and Energy Resources Management at the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design. She lives in Shepherdstown with her hound dog Maple.
Jenn was born and raised in West Virginia, and the mountains have called her back home. She has experience in the commercial energy space and a passion for helping businesses and non-profits grow. When she isn’t mining the sun, she can be found hiking a trail, paddling a river and enjoying everything our beautiful state can offer.
A New England native and West Virginian by choice, Phil came to Solar Holler after a decade of working with children as a teacher and a social worker. He enjoys our beautiful state parks, board games and pickles. Phil can’t wait to meet you and answer any questions you have about going solar!
Justin is a “Jack of all trades” type of guy. He has a degree in Accounting from WVU, and another in Environmental Science from Shepherd University. He’s also a musician and was WVU’s drumline captain from 2011-2012. In his free time, he teaches private drum lessons at The Drum Closet in Winchester, VA.
Every installation is unique, and at times she says she feels like a professional juggler, but nothing beats the joy she feels when she sees the pictures from your installation day. Originally from Greenup, Kentucky, Karla shares her home with her little boy, a dog and a cat. On Sundays you can find her at church singing with the praise team!
Brandon’s the one who puts together your analysis and proposal–incorporating every last detail from satellites and your utility bills to design the perfect system for you.
Alison works closely with our field crews and spends a lot of time on the phone with utility companies and permitting offices. She grew up in Ona, West Virginia and when she’s not working, you are likely to find her with her son enjoying the wild and wonderful outdoors!
Zack has wired boats and barges, performed maintenance in HVAC and for businesses and facilities. His electrical experience are a great addition to the skilled team at Solar Holler.
After learning the solar trade in his native Southern California, Shay’s bringing his skills and talents on a roof to help us here in Appalachia.
A graduate of Coalfield Development Corporation, Jacob joined Solar Holler’s roof crew in 2018.
A native of Greenbrier County, Casey made his way to Huntington to attend Marshall University and play classical guitar and on Huntington’s band circuit.