Management
Jeffrey Peck
Chief Executive Officer
Jeffrey Peck has been the majority owner and Chief Executive Officer of Peck Electric since Mr. Peck purchased it from his family in the late 1990s. Since then, Mr. Peck transformed Peck Electric from a local electrical contracting business to the largest commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) company in the northeast and ranked 60th in the US by Solar Power World. Mr. Peck has grown Peck Electric to nearly 100 employees with many employees having tenures over 30 years. Mr. Peck was also responsible for timing the strategic direction of Peck Electric’s focus into solar EPC at the time when solar installation became a profitable business in 2013 and also began investing in a company-owned arrays, with a portfolio now approximately three megawatts. Mr. Peck has served as Chairman of Vermont Electrical Contractors, Chairman of the Joint Health and Welfare Committee as well as the IBEW Local 300 Pension funds. Mr. Peck graduated from Champlain College in 1993.
Fredrick Myrick
Executive Vice President of Solar
Fredrick “Kip” Myrick has been working at Peck Electric for over 30 years since joining in 1988 as a Journeyman Electrician. In 1993 Mr. Myrick was promoted to Foreman and successfully managed the numerous small and large-scale projects at Global Foundries, IBM’s chip-manufacturing business. From 1995 to 1998 Mr. Myrick held positions of General Foreman and Superintendent, then Project Manager/Estimator in 2005. In 2006, Mr. Myrick became a significant minority shareholder in the Company and its Vice President, then started the Peck Solar division in 2008 and has managed the construction of the largest solar array in Vermont. Mr. Myrick is also responsible for the innovative dual-use farming of saffron with solar arrays in collaboration with the University of Vermont, which has attracted national news attention. Mr. Myrick is a NABCEP certified Photovoltaic Installation Professional and holds a Vermont Master Electricians License.
John Sullivan
Chief Financial Officer
John Sullivan joined The Peck Company Holdings, Inc in August 2019. Prior to joining Peck, he held financial leadership positions with Mammut Sports Group, a Swiss multinational outdoor company, and Nokian Tyres, a Finnish multinational tire company. John was responsible for managing all financial and internal control activities as well as efficiently scaling the North American operations to support the growth initiatives. John is an avid runner who has competed in multiple half and full marathons and enjoys engaging in many outdoor activities that Vermont has to offer with his family. John has volunteered his time to several community organizations over the years and currently serves as Treasurer for the Greater Burlington Girls Soccer League.
Michael d'Amato
Chief Strategy Officer and Corporate Secretary
Michael d’Amato is responsible for delivering value through strategic opportunities. He joined the company to lead the SPAC transaction in 2019, then established the green bond partnership with Green Bond Advisors, and led the acquisition of iSun Energy that resulted in the strategic change to iSun, Inc. Mr. d’Amato brings an entrepreneurial history of creating award-winning business strategies, developing value propositions, identifying business opportunities, and recognizing new markets. Prior to joining iSun, Inc., Mr. d’Amato was Director of Operation for the publicly traded company Invion, Inc. (ASX:INV) and established the US operations to support the company’s strategic growth plans. As the CEO of several early-stage startups, Mr. d’Amato raised institutional capital for a structured finance company, raised private capital for an early-stage gene therapy company, and established collaborative agreements with industry leaders that were critical for attracting investor interest. Mr. d’Amato in-licensed innovative technology from the University of Pennsylvania and established research teams to validate technology for investment decisions. Mr. d’Amato studied Microbiology (BS) and Mechanical Engineering (MS) at University of Rochester, where he pioneered an entrepreneurial program between the School of Engineering and the Simon School of Business. Mr. d’Amato served as Entrepreneur in Residence at Drexel University and mentored winning teams at both the Drexel and Wharton Business Plan Competitions.
Sass Peress
Chief Innovation and Experience Officer
Sass Peress joined the company with the merger with iSun Energy LLC in 2021. Named by Ernst and Young as a finalist in their "Entrepreneur of the Year" award in Canada, Sass is frequently featured as an energy and electric vehicle strategy expert in the media, and regularly advises business and government leaders on the potential of renewable energy and electrification strategies. A social entrepreneur helping elevate the discussion on how to "make a difference" is what motivates him to do better each and every day.  In 1988, he founded ICP Solar Technologies, which would go on to become Quebec's first ever solar panel manufacturer. Inspired by the core values of innovation, exceeding expectations, integrity, commitment and the creation of shared value for all—Sass crafted unique approaches to the marketing of solar systems worldwide by paying more attention to the "watt for" than the "watts". This approach allowed customers to truly understand the value proposition in their own language and his team to focus on enhancing the lives of others through their eyes, rather than a particular product or technology focus. In addition to guiding the firm’s strategic development, Sass initiated lean manufacturing and cross-functional development processes for his teams based on agile methods and innovation metrics. By aligning the interests of various stakeholders, Sass and his teams have always focused on the voice of customer as a valued component of any entreprise. Following an exit from ICP Solar in 2009, Sass help co-found a company which earned investments of over US$12M from General Motors and a variety of venture capital funders to develop GM's renewable energy and electric vehicle charging strategy. Helping to design a solar powered EV charging station in concert with the launch of the GM Electric Volt, he went to found renewz, at the genesis of the solar carport industry. In 2018, Sass' founded iSun Energy LLC in the United States to begin the building of its US affiliate and team.
Jeffrey Peck
Chairman of the Board
Jeffrey Peck has been the majority owner and Chief Executive Officer of Peck Electric since Mr. Peck purchased it from his family in the late 1990s. Since then, Mr. Peck transformed Peck Electric from a local electrical contracting business to the largest commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) company in the northeast and ranked 60th in the US by Solar Power World. Mr. Peck has grown Peck Electric to nearly 100 employees with many employees having tenures over 30 years. Mr. Peck was also responsible for timing the strategic direction of Peck Electric’s focus into solar EPC at the time when solar installation became a profitable business in 2013 and also began investing in a company-owned arrays, with a portfolio now approximately three megawatts. Mr. Peck has served as Chairman of Vermont Electrical Contractors, Chairman of the Joint Health and Welfare Committee as well as the IBEW Local 300 Pension funds. Mr. Peck graduated from Champlain College in 1993.
Fredrick Myrick
Director
Fredrick “Kip” Myrick has been working at Peck Electric for over 30 years since joining in 1988 as a Journeyman Electrician. In 1993 Mr. Myrick was promoted to Foreman and successfully managed the numerous small and large-scale projects at Global Foundries, IBM’s chip-manufacturing business. From 1995 to 1998 Mr. Myrick held positions of General Foreman and Superintendent, then Project Manager/Estimator in 2005. In 2006, Mr. Myrick became a significant minority shareholder in the Company and its Vice President, then started the Peck Solar division in 2008 and has managed the construction of the largest solar array in Vermont. Mr. Myrick is also responsible for the innovative dual-use farming of saffron with solar arrays in collaboration with the University of Vermont, which has attracted national news attention. Mr. Myrick is a NABCEP certified Photovoltaic Installation Professional and holds a Vermont Master Electricians License.
Daniel Dus
Director
Daniel Dus has served as the Head of Renewables Business, North America since July 2017 for Adani Solar USA, Inc., an affiliate of Adani Group, which is an integrated business conglomerate in India that consists of six publicly traded companies. In this role, Mr. Dus managed the construction of 453 megawatts in solar projects and developed a 1.8 gigawatt pipeline of solar projects for Adani Group in the U.S. From November 2015 to July 2017, Mr. Dus served as the chief development officer for Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC, a full-service solar energy provider where Mr. Dus was responsible for new market entry, with a focus on greenfield development, community solar and shared renewables. From August 2013 to November 2015, Mr. Dus served as the chief strategy officer for Safari Energy, LLC, a solar power provider focused on serving real estate investment trusts, where Mr. Dus was responsible for business and project development process creation, integration, training and improvement. Prior to that, Mr. Dus served as the chief operations officer and the chief financial officer from September 2008 to August 2013 for Martifer Solar, S.A., a global solar photovoltaic power developer and engineering, construction and procurement, and operations and maintenance provider. At Martifer Solar, S.A., Mr. Dus was responsible for over 1,200 solar clients serviced under leases, power purchase agreements, direct purchase and community solar models, for managing a solar services platform that engaged 75 full time staff members and over 1,000 subcontracted laborers, and for obtaining corporate investment facilities and bonding facilities. Mr. Dus holds a Master of Business Administration from Drexel University and is a certified solar designer, Stanford-certified project manager, Villanova-certified Six Sigma Master Lean Blackbelt, and holds over fifty certificates in energy hedging, grid infrastructure and emerging energy technologies, as well as an OSHA 30. Mr. Dus owns the first property in the world ever powered by alternating current electricity.
Stewart I. Martin
Director
Stewart Martin was appointed as member of our Board of Directors in November 2016. He is Executive Vice President, Sales and Producer Development of Marsh & McLennan Agencies – Florida, a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies. He was previously Senior Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors of Seitlin Insurance and Advisors which was acquired by Marsh & McLennan, LLC in November 2011. Mr. Martin is well qualified to serve as independent director due to his substantial management and previous board experience.
Claudia M. Meer
Director
Ms. Meer has held numerous roles in finance and clean energy.  Most recently she served as Chief Investment Officer and CFO of AlphaStruxure, a venture formed by The Carlyle Group’s Global Infrastructure Fund and Schneider Electric to implement energy-as-a-service transactions.  Prior to AlphaStruxure, Ms. Meer was U.S. CEO and head of business and corporate development for Dalkia, a division of EDF, where she managed the two subsidiaries with annual revenue of over $80M in the energy efficiency and building centered energy solutions markets. At Dalkia, Ms. Meer drove the creation of the Dalkia U.S. strategic roadmap and executed the acquisition of Aegis Energy Services. Ms. Meer began her career at J.P. Morgan where she worked in Mergers and Acquisitions and multiple areas of Corporate Finance, structuring client transactions, equity and debt issuances. She led the IPO of a mobile satellite cellular provider, AMSC as their Treasurer and head of investor relations. Ms. Meer also served as Vice President of Corporate Finance at Marriott International executing acquisitions, dispositions, restructurings, new business ventures, company-wide long-range plans and valuations. At Clark Construction Group Ms. Meer applied leadership in team development and performance by creating two new business groups: The first focused on public private partnerships of transportation, education and social infrastructure, and the second focused on developing and investing in clean energy solutions. Under Ms. Meer’s direction, Clark served as the tax and sponsor equity investor, developer, builder and long-term owner and operator of distributed energy assets for clients. Ms. Meer resides in North Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and two children and serves on corporate, philanthropic and cultural organization boards and associations.
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