About David

David Blittersdorf is an entrepreneur and engineer with more than three decades of experience in the renewable energy industry, seeking to help prepare humanity for future energy constraints.

A native Vermonter who grew up in southern Vermont within hiking distance of the site of the world's first utility-scale wind turbine at Grandpa’s Knob, David became fascinated with wind and solar energy at an early age, built wind-powered devices to help operate his maple sugarhouse, and was inspired by the Carter administration's 1979 installation of solar panels on the roof of the White House. This early interest has sustained a career building successful renewable energy companies based on innovative and reliable products, with a focus on lean manufacturing and a “triple bottom line” of responsibility to people, profits and the planet.


A Renewable Revolutionary 


David’s Bio

Short-form biography (PDF)

Vermont biography (PDF)