Noah began his solar education in the cradle of the Pacific Northwest, Portland, Oregon, working for SolarCity. It was there, in the shadow of Mt. Hood, that he realized his potential as a glass-slapping juggernaut. A deep fondness for Oregon was forged in him over the course of two years, but through the wintery wind and rain a faint whisper called him back to his homeland, Maine. Noah returned to the east coast in 2014, but it would be another year until his homecoming and on-boarding to ReVision in Portland, ME. He is now one of our project managers, as well as a NABCEP-certified installer, and is nearing his 20,000th panel, which is cool because rectangles are his favorite shape.
Zach Good once asked him how he became such a force in the field, and the only answer is his strict diet of trail mix, apples, and carrots.
Noah is a Maine native, born and raised in Parsonsfield. He earned a BA in Communications from Penn State University. He once biked from Seattle, WA to Washington D.C., where he became very familiar with the stunning North American landscape, and saddle sores. He now owns a house in Westbrook, ME, and when he is not gliding effortlessly across roofs or shooting dead-center pilot holes with his laser vision, he can be found shooting hoops, writing music, and being down to go to brunch whenever.