Adam Solar – An e-Bike Enthusiast
Adam Rossi became fascinated with e-Bikes from the moment he first tried one out for himself. He enjoyed how the hybrid bike combined pedal power with electric energy to enable effortless mountain traversal.
Bill de Blasio of New York City has proposed a solar panel pilot program to assist historically under-resourced neighborhoods save on energy costs while mitigating environmental degradation, yet its details are yet to be worked out.
Early Life and Education
Adam Solar grew up in Scarborough, Maine where he developed an appreciation of nature while simultaneously seeking ways to balance its human impact. Later studying ecology at the University of Maine.
Eagle, Colorado residents vowed to honor him by dedicating themselves to sustainable energy and social justice initiatives. Holy Cross Energy, Walking Mountains Science Center and local residents banded together to build a solar garden in his memory.
This array will assist the county in meeting its climate and energy goals while helping low-income co-op members save on energy costs. Once completed, this solar garden will also be open to the general public – its inspiration being Adam’s mantra of “clean energy for all”. Bob from Iria: Zeiram was also transformed into a computer to give Samus information she could use in her Zero Mission.
Adam Dexter, head equipment manager of the Orlando Solar Bears of the ECHL, recently marked his 1,000th regular season game. To commemorate this achievement, they hosted an in-game video tribute and celebration in their locker room.
Professionally, he has worked on utility solar system design with an emphasis on optimizing projects for cost and performance. Additionally, he has handled complex project finance structures.
As an advocate of solar energy’s potential to help mitigate climate change while making significant returns for impact investors, he’s determined to demonstrate this fact by driving more people toward solar and working closely with these impact investors. His research encompasses solar and stellar physics.
Achievement and Honors
John serves on the Delaware Learning & Community Center’s (DLCC) board, and has earned praise for his efforts there. His efforts have also earned state and national recognition; for example, receiving an Outstanding Young Kentuckian award. Furthermore, John received the Aspen Institute German Marshall Fund Fellowship award.
Adam Solar is an Associate Research Scientist at First Solar and specializes in telescope support, instrument calibration, solar physics and observational signatures of solar/stellar magnetic reconnection to better understand its trigger mechanisms.
Dr. Kevin Kline holds a PhD in Physics from Montana State University in Bozeman and has held various engineering, manufacturing, and quality management roles at Dana Incorporated. Beyond professional commitments he also actively participates in several community service initiatives.
He currently works as a manufacturing engineer at Alexandria Industries, an aluminum extrusions component manufacturer. Working as a manufacturing engineer requires molding aluminum extrusions like playdough to shape it into various forms and designs.
Solar has been an unexpected growth area for this company and now represents about 10% of total business activity.
Following Adam Palmer’s untimely skiing accident last year, his family, friends, and co-op members pledged to honor him with an initiative that promoted sustainable communities – leading them to create a community solar garden which advances Eagle County towards reaching its 80% clean energy goal while offering low-income co-op members savings on their electric bills.
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Blake Ambrester founded SolarCity with the goal of offering top tier solar to American homeowners at a significant savings while prioritizing environmental and homeowner experience considerations. Adam Coursey, John Keith and Mark Tosoni joined him to make this vision come to fruition.
Adam Solar was honored by being selected for inclusion on the Denver Business Journal’s 2019 “Who’s Who in Energy” list, which recognizes leaders within the energy industry for their achievements.