SunRock Crew after installing panels on the locomotive shop for CSX in downtown Cincinnati
SunRock Solar was founded based on the idea that renewable energy systems represent a viable and sustainable future for our communities. There is a limitless supply of sun, wind, and water energy available to us. Harnessing these resources to generate the power we need for our homes and businesses without polluting our environment is a sensible way forward for our energy future.
SunRock designs and installs renewable energy systems which perform with reliability and little end user maintenance and intervention. We take pride in our work, and satisfaction in the contribution we make toward a sustainable energy future for our customers and the community.
SunRock Solar designs and installs renewable energy systems in greater Cincinnati and throughout southwest Ohio, including Oxford, Eaton, Dayton, Waynesville, and Yellow Springs.
Sol Systems provides solar REC (SREC) services to solar installers, homeowners and businesses to make solar energy more affordable & accessible.
Carl Adams is a certified installer for Solar PV and Solar Thermal
Carl started the company in 2006 because he was looking for something that was more involved environmentally but that satisfied his engineering curiosity. Before SunRock, Carl was a systems engineer in the software industry for 25 years. He has a B.S. degree from Wright State University. He has received certifications in both PV Installation and a Solar Thermal Installation from the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). He has taught numerous classes on sustainable energy including one at the Forfar Field Station in the Bahamas. While he was working and teaching there, he kept this blog.
Tony has been with the company since the summer of 2010. He has a renewable energy certificate from Cincinnati State. In his spare time he is the coach of the indoor rockclimbing team called the Cincinnati Slopers. He was a bike mechanic for 10 years, and enjoys commuting by bike whenever possible.
Beth has a background in the sciences and environmental issues. She has worked for the U.S. EPA testing water samples for contaminants, and as an administrative assistant for the Ohio River Foundation. She handles all the office duties including filing all the paperwork with the various agencies so our customers can get their grant money and SRECs. She tries to "Go Green" as much as possible.