The solar industry is one of the fastest growing industries, with Photovoltaics (PV) continuing to be the largest component of solar market growth in the U.S. With expected installations in 2012 to equal 3.3GW, the U.S. is poised to continue to be a prominent force in the global PV market. Because of this rate of growth, its important that we focus on creating the most knowledgeable and proficient solar professionals to enter the market.
It's one thing to be able to put solar panels on the roof, but a solar professional that understands the science, technology, and theory that puts it there is placed in a category above the rest. It is my goal to help you get there. ~Michael
Michael is a sustainable enterprise manager with roles spanning across various organizations which include the three companies that he created, co-owns or operates, Green-Tern, Four Phase Energy and Sun Phase Energy. Each organization highlights his strengths obtained in a variety of conditions and environments including 10 years of service in the Army, multi-million dollar communications project management, program development, and executive roles in start-ups. He is a Beginning Photovoltaic Systems Instructor at Sierra College in Rocklin, CA, and American River College in Sacramento, CA. Much of his installation experience was obtained as an installer for several start-ups in the Sacramento region.
Michael is a graduate of the Sierra Business Council's Sierra Leadership Institute - Energy and Climate Program and the Citrus Heights Green Planning Academy. Michael also serves as a member of the Small Business Economic Impact Alliance (SBEIA) Green and CleanTech leadership team.
He currently holds a business management degree with a focus in Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management from the University of Phoenix.
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