Certified Renewable Energy Professional, Jason Campbell, Heads Up Solar Energy Services Group
Asheville, NC – May 8, 2013 – Jason Campbell, an expert in designing and installing solar energy systems for commercial applications, has joined North American Roofing to lead the Solar Energy Services Group, the company announced today.
Campbell’s eight years of technical energy experience in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency is extensive, including the management of 150 solar and wind projects for an architectural and environmental firm in Arizona, renewable energy system design, permitting and purchasing, and development and management of large to medium scale LEED projects for government and major corporations. He is certified by the National Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NBCEP) and holds a Bachelors of Science-Environmental Science with emphasis on Appropriate Technology from Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.
By working directly with national manufacturers of high caliber solar arrays and components, the company’s Solar Energy Services Group “gives developers and engineers a partner in creating, designing, installing and performing preventative maintenance through our SolarGuard program on solar projects anywhere in the U.S.,” according to Campbell.
As the former Solar Sales Manager with LightWave Solar Electric in Nashville, and the Business Development Manager with EnerNOC in Boston, Jason will be working to build a strong sales team with the goal to position North American Roofing as one of the nation’s largest energy integration companies. “North American Roofing is now positioned to not only be the commercial roofer of choice, but we can also help with permitting, purchasing, rebates, utility interconnection, all the components in building a truly integrated solar system,” he said.
In addition to new commercial roof installation, North American Roofing also offers retrofitting expertise and recommendations when it comes to retrofitting or replacing existing roofs. “From an engineering standpoint, it is absolutely critical that leaks or weight concerns be addressed on existing roof systems before anything is installed,” Campbell said.