SolarFlair's management team is committed to solar energy and has the experience to back it up. We have decades of experience in solar photovoltaics and electrical systems, working in both commercial and residential, as well as a broad range of relevant degrees and certifications.
Matt Arner - President
Matt is the founder and President of SolarFlair Energy Inc. He has worked in the solar industry since 1999 and was one of the first residents of Massachusetts to power his entire home with solar power. He is a NABCEP Certified PV Installation Professional and is an active member of the Solar Energy Business Association of New England (SEBANE). His passion and leadership in the renewable energy industry helped inspire SolarFlair's rapid growth. Before starting SolarFlair, he worked with Heliotronics, a provider of educational solar displays for schools, universities and homeowners. While at Heliotronics, Matt helped develop over 150 solar installations and educational displays including systems at MIT, Harvard, and 15 schools in Missouri. In 2002, Matt was chosen as the only United States representative by India’s Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources to attend the “International Training Program on Solar Energy” at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay. He was also invited by the United Nations Development Program to attend the “Nepal Conference on Clean Energy Investment” as a representative of the solar PV industry.
Matt received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in international studies from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. After working two years for Accenture Consulting as a management consultant to large electric utilities and industrial clients, he attended the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University and completed his Masters Degree in International Development with a focus on the solar energy industry. While in graduate school, he worked as an independent utility and solar energy consultant, developing several solar photovoltaic projects in the Boston area and overseas in developing countries.
Jeff Constantine – Vice President of Operations
Jeff has more than 25 years experience in the electrical industry and is a Massachusetts licensed Master Electrician. He also holds a Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License (CSL). As the Vice President of Operations, his responsibilities include managing our operations department, sourcing and managing all material resources, and overseeing safety and quality for all installations. Jeff is currently working towards his NABCEP certification.
Prior to joining the company, Jeff managed his own electrical contracting business focusing on energy systems for commercial and residential properties. Jeff excels at meeting the needs of residential homeowners to ensure satisfaction throughout the entire installation process. He has worked at every level of electrical contracting, beginning his career as an electrical apprentice and working his way up to serve as a top foreman.
Daniel T. Greenwood – Vice President of Business Development
Dan is the Vice President of Business Development for SolarFlair. He is recognized by the Green Building Certification Institute as a LEED Accredited Professional. Prior to joining SolarFlair, he worked in the electrical construction industry for over 20 years.
Dan was previously Executive Director at the RELCO Companies, and also served as Vice President and Project Manager at Quanta Services, a national provider of electrical infrastructure services. He has successfully managed medium-voltage infrastructure projects and provided energy efficient solutions for commercial and institutional buildings throughout the United States. Dan has worked with a diverse group of customers including NASA, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Navy, USDA, Air National Guard, California State University, University of Massachusetts, State of Pennsylvania and State of Maryland.
Dan received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1992 and an MBA from Boston University in 2007 where he focused on the renewable energy industry.