We practice distributed leadership and encourage everyone to contribute their unique gifts and perspectives to the company’s success.
DAS & Service Technician
Steven had dreamed of living in Colorado since adolescence, finally moving here in 2000. He has a passion for renewable energy, environmental sustainability, and high ethical business practices, which made Namasté Solar the perfect fit. Steven has worked in the solar industry since 2008, and is a NABCEP Solar PV Installation Professional, as well as a Journeyman Electrician. He has taken courses such as Advanced PV System Design and Advanced PV Standalone Design (Battery Based) with Solar Energy International, in addition to going through numerous solar OEM-provided trainings. In his free time, Steven can be found hiking, fly fishing, camping, hunting, and off-roading. He is a DIY audiophile who is also passionate about electronics, finish carpentry, and auto mechanics.
PV Install Crew Lead
Jeremy graduated with honors from EcoTech Institute in Aurora, CO, and brings a number of additional skills to his role as a Commercial PV Install Crew Lead, including NABCEP and OSHA 30 certifications, and AAS degrees in Renewable Energy and Electrical Engineering technologies. He is also an Army Ranger Veteran who served in the Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom campaigns. Jeremy is a Front Range native who found Namasté Solar in his search for a local, progressive company. He is incredibly passionate about snowboarding, nature, and native cultures, and in his free time enjoys glass-blowing and exploring the wilderness.
O&M Lead Electrician
Matt traveled around the country after college, and it was then he decided Colorado was the place to be. Before joining Namasté Solar, he was an auto mechanic. He received his Solar Photovoltaic Specialty AAS degree from Red Rock Community College, where one of his instructors was a Namasté Solar employee, who connected Matt with the company following his graduation. Matt is a NABCEP certified Solar PV Installation Professional, and has worked in both installation and now Operations and Maintenance. When Matt is not out fixing solar arrays, he enjoys working on and racing his “racecar.” Like everyone else in Colorado, he enjoys the outdoors, and loves snowboarding in the wintertime.