Ever since a high school circuit physics class, Caleb has dreamed of being energy independent and living off the grid. As an avid outdoorsman with a passion for skiing from a young age, the college years brought him out west. After many icy moguls, moving to Montana to study environmental science with a short drive to Bridger Bowl was an easy commitment. While learning about the organic world at MSU, Caleb found seasonal work guiding fly fisherman in Wyoming. Eventually the drive to get off the grid and to find a career in the renewable sector took precedence. It was during this time that Caleb learned of Solar Energy International. Through SEI he was reacquainted with his passion of circuit physics; obtaining his residential and commercial photovoltaics certificate. Shortly thereafter he made the move back to his college town to start a career as a solar professional at OnSite Energy.
During the long summer days Caleb will be scouting for elk, car camping along and floating the river, or mountain biking. In the winters, the joys of pond hockey, ice climbing, and backcountry skiing keep him mentally and physically engaged. Caleb enjoys the freedom and solace that hunting and skiing bring when there are no trails to guide you. He also enjoys the self-reliance that the north woods forces upon you over multi-day trips.
- B.S in Environmental Science focused on Soils and Water
(Montana State University, 2015)
- Residential & Commercial Photovoltaic Systems Certificate
(Solar Energy International, 2020)