Greg Kelly is a Partner at Rockbridge Energy and has a track record of “getting solar done”. Greg focuses on the intended result/goal until projects are complete and everyone is satisfied.
Greg served as VP Sales and Service for Hannah Solar for six years. At Hannah Solar, Greg created a highly professional business development team and built a service department of twelve individuals. Greg built extraordinary relationships developing over 75MW with over 10 of the top solar funders in the North America.
Greg Kelly has over 35 years of successful sales management, marketing, financial management and general business management experience. Greg was a senior manager at Diageo (formerly Guinness PLC). At Diageo he held senior sales and marketing positions and served on a highly successful global acquisitions team. Greg also held management positions at Coca-Cola, Campbell Soup, and Thai Beverage.
Greg Kelly was the Founder of Georgia’s first craft brewery, Atlanta Brewing Company and launched Red Brick Ale in 1993. Greg was Founder and CEO until he sold the brewery in 2011.
Greg Kelly resides in Roswell GA, raised 4 daughters, owns several solar projects in GA/TN, and plays ice hockey whenever possible. Greg has a BS from St Anselm College and attended Wharton Business School.
Following a successful career working in sales and operations for IT companies such as HP, AT&T, Oracle, Dan transitioned his technology skills into energy project development. Dan led the development of Solar PV and building energy management platforms creating innovative finance and technology solutions for customers throughout the Southeastern US. Dan’s success in solar includes both direct development (early stage) and project facilitation (late stage) of solar projects 1- 20MW totaling over 150MW’s.
Dan’s recent role as Regional Sales Manager for SMA has strengthened his understanding of complex project and interconnection development. Dan is a past Executive Board Member of Georgia SEIA. Dan graduated from Shorter University with a BS in Business Administration and he resides in Merritt Island, Florida.
Mark began his business career in 2012. Mark was a critical part of the substantial growth over the past 6 years for Hannah Solar, LLC, a Development/EPC Firm in Atlanta GA. In that time frame, the company grew substantially and became one of the southeast leaders in solar development with over 75MW of solar. Mark was the Regional Business Development Manager for the Carolina’s and Tennessee and also helped develop markets in neighboring southeastern states.
His project development experience ranges from commercial projects to small and large utility scale solar. These projects range from rooftop commercial to large land developments with utilities, landowners and Asset Owners.
Mark is also a partner in two other companies that own and operate solar energy assets.
Prior to his solar career, Mark played football and baseball at Marshall University, graduating with a BA in History. Mark and his wife Sarah reside in Spartanburg, South Carolina where they are raising their 2 young daughters.
Grant’s career in renewables started when he was hired as the Director of Sustainability for Rubicon Global, Atlanta’s fastest growing start-up. While at Rubicon, Grant implemented nationwide recycling and composting solutions for customers such as 7-Eleven, Cox Enterprises, Inc. and Marriott Hotels. He also worked to establish an organic farm and cattle ranch on 3,500 acres in Maui, HI, during his time with Biological Capital.
During the past 3 years, Grant was part of the Hannah Solar leadership team where he managed the key revenue driving group for the company and ran the Savannah office location. Grants has developed over 25MW of solar in his young career.
Prior to his career, Grant played football at Wheaton College where he met his wife Jackie. Grant and Jackie now reside in Savannah GA where they are raising their 2-year-old daughter.