About Us

For solar energy to have a sustainable future, mutually beneficial business relationships need to blossom, thrive, and grow. That's why we treat each and every one of our clients with the same professionalism and respect with which we would want to be treated.

It means being responsive, open, and honest. Paying attention to details, without taking ourselves too seriously. Taking pride in our work, as though we were designing, financing, and constructing solar energy systems not just for ourselves, but for our children, and their children. It means caring enough to always expand the definition of "doing our personal best". It means sharing our client's goals, and working together to help reach them.

It means being responsive, open, and honest. Paying attention to details, without taking ourselves too seriously. Taking pride in our work, as though we were designing, financing, and constructing solar energy systems not just for ourselves, but for our children, and their children. It means caring enough to always expand the definition of "doing our personal best". It means sharing our client's goals, and working together to help reach them.

Advisory Board of Silver Lining Solar

David Bieber
David joined Silver Lining Solar’s Advisory Board in early 2017. He brings a wealth of experience as a utility industry consultant, and his depth of knowledge and financial acumen guide Silver Lining Solar as we innovate solutions for our clients. David recently retired from a successful career with Accenture, where he served as the Senior Partner responsible for managing the company’s Utility Practice. David developed and operates several non-profit institutions in the NY Metro area and also spearheads Seats of Dreams, a national charity that provides tickets for cultural and sporting events to under-served children throughout the country.

Ian Diamond
Ian is our newest Advisory Board member, with more than 30 years of business management experience, including 8 years of solar energy business and project development. Ian’s solar business experience covers a range of perspectives and requirements, including over 40 MW of solar generation. At ConEdison Solutions, a subsidiary of ConEdison, Ian was part of a team that focused on solar generation from a long-term utility perspective. At Solar City, as part of the commercial project development team, he focused on providing economically attractive solar and energy storage solutions for commercial and public sector clients. At Syncarpha Capital, a private equity firm, working with solar developers and EPC companies, Ian actively acquired solar projects for long term ownership.