We have a diverse team with decades of experience in renewable energy and the construction and electrical trades. Our diversity finds uniformity in our desire to impact our communities through solar energy. We value not just what we do, but how we do it.



Greg Oliver

Business Development

Greg is a graduate of Thornwell Presbyterian Divinity College. He has experience in construction, project management, and the use of a myriad of computer platforms and systems. Greg has been in the solar industry for three years in a variety of roles. He is married with two children and loves to serve in a local non-profit. He enjoys reading the Puritans, hiking, traveling, and spending time with his family.

Chuck Ammond


Chuck holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Master in Business Administration. He teaches Renewable Energy, Automation, and Electronics at Muskegon Community College. As a NABCEP Certified Solar PV Installation Professional he has designed and installed 100 small-wind, solar electric, energy storage, and solar hot water systems. He enjoys outdoor and fashion inspired photography.

Brad Krestakos

Master Electrician

Brad holds an Associate in Science Degree-Electrical Engineering from Grand Rapids Junior College. He has 40 years experience in all phases of electrical work: industrial, commercial, and residential. Brad played amateur hockey for 25 years as a goaltender, and is married with two grown adult sons. He enjoys working on and driving his Jeeps. Most importantly, Brad strives to follow the Lord daily.

Randy Peters

Construction Manager

Randy is currently in the Wind and Solar Technology Certificate program at Muskegon Community College. He has over 30 years of experience in the machining industry – programming, installing, developing and trouble-shooting various aspects of production design to customer specifications.  Randy loves his cattle dog and dabbled in disc dog competition, he enjoys hunting and fishing.  Randy and his wife are active members of their church.

Our Certifications

Our Energy Partners


DEPCOM Power located in Arizona has found a unique way to give back. This company formed a non-profit and separate LLC to give to the impoverished and veterans, and to educate and provide solar. On their solar installations panels are sometimes bruised and not used on that job. But, DEPCOM refurbishes them and donates the panels for non-profit use.

Solar and energy storage comes to Grand Rapids. Circuit West is a project that will encompass 10 city blocks around Bridge Street and Seward Avenue. It will focus on testing and implementing solar and energy storage systems for residential and commercial customers. The city of Grand Rapids has forward-thinking sustainability goals and supports such projects.

The MSU solar carports were commission on November 15, 2017 and were touted to save the university $10 million over 25 years. One year later the solar carports are performing as designed. This is the one of the largest installation of solar carports in the US.


Forty 365 Longi solar panels with half-cell technology are mounted to this ornamental canopy structure using Ironridge rails and a custom mounting technique. The DC is converted by two 7.7 kW SMA inverters.

Eaton Rapids 14.4 kW Ground Mount. This ground mount uses a helical screw to anchor in the racking and has two 7.7 kW SMA inverters. The panels are 380 W Jinko Solar.


This roof installation in a historic neighborhood has twelve 395 W Jinko Solar panels with a 5.0 kW SMA inverter and optimizers. The racking is Ironridge.


This off grid system has a manually adjustable tracking system and 4 kW of Trina 340 W solar panels. The inverter is an Outback 4048, with a Schneider charger controller, and Outback batteries. No electricity bill for this home!

This is the project that Greg enjoyed most. A 2.45 kW system installed with a special helper, his daughter. The panels are Silfab 350 W with Solar Edge P-370 optimizers and a 3800 HD Solar Edge inverter.

This 6.8 kW solar awning provides power and shade. The shading will save on cooling costs in the summer and the solar will generate electricity all year around.

Electric vehicle charging station commercial install, Wyoming. These 4 Siemens chargers each put out 7.2kW and come with 20’ cables and SAE J1772 couplers. Michigan has an EV roadmap plan and is incentivizing the installs.

This large custom array of 44 panels has 20 kWh of Li-on battery backup, 5 inverters, automatic backup units, Tigo optimizers, and Lumin Smart Energy Panels.

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1016 O’Malley Drive
Coopersville, MI 49404

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314 Henry Street
Bay City, MI 48706

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