We practice distributed leadership and encourage everyone to contribute their unique gifts and perspectives to the company’s success.
Commercial Technical Designer
Paul is a Pennsylvania native and a graduate of Lafayette College, where he earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering. He moved to Boulder in 2010 to rock climb, and joined Namasté Solar with a background in project engineering for utility-scale PV, following a passion for practical renewable energy. Paul’s industry experience includes working on residential installations during college breaks, utility-scale design, and certification as a NABCEP Solar PV Installation Professional. He is a former bicycle mechanic, and has appeared on a centerfold of Climbing Magazine. Paul’s interests include riding bikes, rock climbing, cooking, gardening, composting, and cats.
Solar PV Installer
Josh has been working on PV practically from birth. He began his career by installing an off-grid PV system on a straw bale home in Taos, New Mexico. Josh then spent a year traveling around North America, studying gray whale migration and environmental effects, and kayaking 150 miles down the Sea of Cortez. A Boulder native, Josh grew up the healthy, environmentally ‘‘Boulder Green” way. Finding Namasté Solar was a long-awaited match with a company that breathes this same philosophy. Josh joined Namasté Solar with a variety of skills in the world of construction, photography, and more. He is continually studying PV with a passion to make the world a better place! When Josh is not installing solar, he’s inventing things, camping, traveling, and playing lots of billiards.
Commercial Project Developer
Ryan received his BA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Appalachian State University. Both during and after his time there, he spent three years in various AmeriCorps programs, which ignited his passion for civic engagement and social justice. Eventually, the draw of the mountains led Ryan to Colorado. He has worked in solar since 2007, and has been NABCEP certified since 2009. Ryan has spent four years teaching solar classes as an instructor in the Energy Department at Red Rocks Community College, and has served on the Board of Directors for GRID Alternatives-Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors Association.