The Partners Behind Our Power
We share a mission to make renewable energy more transparent and accessible to everyone. That’s why we’ve teamed up to help get community solar projects into your area and to drive healthy competition, so that you get more choices and the best prices.
Vice President, Corporate Development, Bullfrog Power
An environmental leader in his local community, Sean brings more than a decade of business and strategy development to the renewable energy sector. In 2014, he led the development and launch of a new green fuel offering, based on an earth-friendly fuel source that is derived from waste streams such as restaurant cooking oil. Sean combines technical understanding of renewable energy projects with a strong commitment to transparency and customer service.
Founder and CEO, Neighborhood Sun
For more than a decade, Gary has helped lead the development of the clean energy market in Maryland and Washington DC. He was instrumental in passing Maryland’s first Renewable Portfolio Standard and led efforts to secure the state’s solar incentive program and Healthy Air Act. Gary founded his first company, Clean Currents, to demonstrate the business case for clean energy and grew it into a multimillion-dollar enterprise. He started Neighborhood Sun as a social enterprise to scale up access to solar power across Maryland and the mid-Atlantic.
Since 2005, Bullfrog Power has enabled thousands of homes and businesses to choose clean, renewable energy, help fight climate change and create a better world. Together, Bullfrog and the bullfrogpowered community have provided funding to more than 70 green energy projects across Canada, putting more than three million megawatt hours of clean electricity on the grid and displacing more than a million tons of carbon. As community solar projects expand across New York, Bullfrog aims to help customers choose the right option that allows them to save money and save the environment.
Neighborhood Sun is a clean energy social enterprise that empowers communities across Maryland to build and own local solar power plants. As new community solar projects come on line in the state, Neighborhood Sun organizes communities to create demand and drive competition. Its aim is not only to support people in signing up for solar but to create solar customers for the long-term by increasing transparency and consumer choice.