HeatSpring helps companies, professionals, and entrepreneurs make money in the renewable energy industry by providing access to top quality industry experts who share their technical and business knowledge.
In HeatSpring Magazine we write articles that teach tips and best practices for marketing, selling, designing and high performance buildings.
Tom McCormack, Student Advocate. Tom has master's degrees in both teaching and urban planning. He taught high school for several years and also has developed curriculum at the University of Illinois. He works diligently to help our experts build great courses and makes sure every student has a positive learning experience.
Brian Hayden, co-founder, President. Brian works with experts to build and run great courses and make sure students are happy. He stays awake at night thinking about strategies to help small businesses make money. Brian loves participating in the small business community and teaches entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan.
Duncan Miller, co-founder, Ruby developer & CFO. Duncan loves working with our instructors and students to build effective, engaging online learning tools. He writes Ruby code and lives in Portland OR with this wife and son. He studied finance and computer science at UMass, Amherst and entrepreneurship at Babson College (MBA) where he and Brian started HeatSpring.
Chris Williams, chief marketing officer, jack-of-all trades. Chris has installed solar PV systems, residential and commercial solar hot water systems and geothermal systems. Chris is an IGSPHA Certified Geothermal Installer and is a NABCEP Certified Solar Installer. He went to Babson College, founded Green Light Distrikt, and consults with small renewable energy companies to streamline their sales and marketing.
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Since 2007, we have delivered over 15,000 courses to professionals in various industries.
We frequently are quoted and write in renewable energy industry publications on the current state of the industry