Spring Hill Solutions is a carbon management, clean energy, and business sustainability consulting firm based in Burlington, Vermont. We work collaboratively with our clients businesses, institutions, and organizations of all sizes to create positive social and environmental change by focusing on the issues that are foremost on their minds and the minds of their stakeholders: planning for success and long-term viability in the context of climate change, rising energy costs, and growing sustainability imperatives. Our three distinct but related service areas Carbon Management, Clean Energy, and Business Sustainability are custom-designed to meet our clients' unique sustainability needs and goals while streamlining the process of going green. Building on fifteen years of experience designing, developing, assessing, and marketing renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and services, Greg founded Spring Hill Solutions in 2002. He offers expertise in systems design and integration, project management, research, strategic planning and business development, and commercialization in the areas of clean energy, sustainability, and carbon management. Greg holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. He is a published writer of both fiction and non-fiction, as well as an instructor for the National Outdoor Leadership School, the Adirondack Mountain Club's Winter Mountaineering School, and the Appalachian Mountain Club's Mountain Leadership School. He lives in his hometown of Burlington, Vermont with his fun, gorgeous, and inspiring family: Jena, Aviva, and Pearl. Jon has worked in the environmental field for over a decade with land trusts, legal advocacy groups, and watershed organizations. Most recently, as a business manager and small business owner, he has implemented energy efficient and sustainable solutions in practical and cost-effective ways. His proficiencies are business and project management and analyzing the legal, scientific, and economic aspects of environmental issues. Jon has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Government from St. Lawrence University and a Master of Science in Environmental Policy from Bard College. He is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Champlain College. He is a member of the Burlington Bike Council, an avid traveler, a biking and snowboarding fanatic, an aspiring gardener, and a lover of wine and food, especially if it's Italian. Jon lives in Burlington, Vermont with his beautiful and supportive wife Sarah and their amazing, German Shorthaired Pointer, Rigi. Noah hails from from Delmar NY, and graduated from Cornell University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources. He recently earned a Master's degree from the Rubenstein School for Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont, where he studied sustainable community development and ecological economics.