Dan Clapp grew up spending weekends in New Hampshire at his family’s lake house in Wakefield (built from the ground up with his parents, brothers and other extended family) and graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Conservation.

Dan’s love of travel and the outdoors have brought him on a number of interesting adventures, including a Semester at Sea, where he circumnavigated the globe and explored multiple countries, and many years skiing and hiking in the Sierras while living in San Francisco and South Lake Tahoe, California.

Reeled back east by family and the beauty of the New Hampshire seacoast, Dan opened the New Hampshire branch in 2010 and has overseen the growth of the Brentwood, Upper Valley, and North Andover, MA offices. He volunteers his time on the board of directors for Southeast Land Trust of NH.

Dan lives in Madbury with his wife Sarah Serling, their three daughters, and a Rhodesian Ridgeback. He uses a combination of wood heat, a ductless multi-split heat pump, and a heat pump water heater, with a 9.44 kW GTPV array supplying 100% of his home’s annual energy needs. He enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, kayaking, and skiing.

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Dan Clapp's Energy System

Dan Clapp’s family home in Madbury, New Hampshire sports a 9.44 kw photovoltaic array powering a 5 zone multi split heat pump and a heat pump water heater, covering 100% of the homes annual energy needs.