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Mick Sagrillo, owner of Sagrillo Power & Light,  has worked with small wind for over 29 years. Current professional involvement includes:

Wind Energy Specialist for Wisconsin’s Focus on EnergyCo-Chair of the NABCEP Wind Technical CommitteeSmall Wind Certification Council, Board of DirectorsLead organizer of the Small Wind Conference for the first five yearsPlanned, organized, and presented at hundreds of wind and wind installation workshops...

Justine Sanchez is Home Power's principal technical editor. She's a NABCEP certified PV installer and is certified by ISPQ as an Affiliated Master Trainer in Photovoltaics. An instructor with Solar Energy International since 1998, Justine leads PV Design courses and develops and updates curriculum. She has her Bachelors degree in Physics from the University of Colorado - Boulder and worked with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in the...

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Shawn Schreiner began installing solar-electric systems in 2008 as an apprentice to renewable energy pioneer Bob-O Schultze at Electron Connection Inc. Now Project Manager at True South Solar, Shawn incorporates his vast construction experience to help set a new standard for solar energy contractors in southern Oregon. Shawn is also an avid photographer who regularly contributes to Home Power and SolarPro magazines.  He and his...

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Joe Schwartz is the editor of Home Power and SolarPro magazines. He began his career in RE as a PV, wind, and microhydro system installer in 1997.

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Carl Seville is a consultant, educator, and speaker on sustainability for the residential construction industry. His firm, SK Collaborative, consults on and provides green certification for single and multifamily buildings. He is the coauthor of the first college textbook on residential green building and contributes to GreenBuildingAdvisor.com.

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John Siegenthaler is a licesed professional engineer and the founder and principal of Appropriate Designs. A graduate of Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute, he has over 32 of experience in designing modern hydronic heating systems. John is also an Associate Professor Emeritus of engineering technology at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, NY. He is the author of the text Modern Hydronic Heating, and numerous other publications dealing...

Allan Sindelar has been designing, installing, and teaching about off grid PV systems since 1988. He is a regular contributor to Home Power magazine and has lived off grid south of Madrid, New Mexico since 1999.

In 1997 he founded Positive Energy Solar in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Now with locations in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Las Cruces, Positive Energy has grown to 50+ employees and seven figures in annual sales. As the company has...

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Boaz Soifer worked with Positive Energy, Dankoff Solar Products and Local Energy before cofounding Cedar Mountain Solar (CMS) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with Bristol Stickney in 2004. Under his direction, CMS, a national leader in solar heating contracting, has won many accolades including Small Business of the Year, a New Mexico Business Weekly “Fast-Tracker” award and a System Showcase award from the RPA. Boaz also serves as CEO of...

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Bristol Stickney has been designing, manufacturing, repairing, and installing solar hydronic heating systems for more than 30 years. He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering and is a licensed mechanical contractor in New Mexico. He holds several patents related to solar/hydronic heating and control and is the Chief Technical Officer for SolarLogic, where he develops solar heating control systems and design tools.

Dave Strenski is an Application Analyst for Cray Inc., which designs and manufactures high performance computers. Prior to Cray, Dave held a variety of technical positions at several computer and research organizations. Dave holds degrees in Land Surveying, Civil and Mechanical Engineering. His publications include works in the areas of parallel computing, numerical consistency, genomic data searching algorithms, reconfigurable computing, and other...

Patrick Sughrue, Sustainable Building Advisor, has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry, having been personally involved in myriad aspects of construction from concrete, framing, HVAC and electrical to plumbing and solar. Patrick has been trained in the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, the Oregon High Performance Home, and the Living Building Challenge, and...

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Since 1999, Kristopher Sutton has worked in the PV industry as an installer, project manager, safety trainer and design consultant. Trained as an electrician, Kris has held NABCEP PV certification since 2004 and is an ISPQ Certified Master PV Trainer. He works for Solar Energy International in Carbondale, Colorado, as the PV instructor trainer, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association.

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