Just two doors down from the Hive is the Glennie Coombe Art Gallery where Solar Energy International (SEI) regularly rents a conference room to use for extra classroom space. It’s also an ice cream shop (We’re not complaining…).
As the Director of Spanish Programs for SEI, Daniel is leading an international outreach effort to establish solar training programs throughout Latin America, where few solar schools exist and large-scale renewable energy systems are just emerging. His work is vast in scope and changes every day. One day, he’s at the Hive reading technical training manuals, the next he’s jetting down to Mexico to meet with heads of state.”Having a strong community in the North Fork Valley and at the Hive throughout this big, ambitious, unpredictable, and often tenuous project has been invaluable”, says Daniel.
Daniel focuses fervently to “make the impossible possible in the world and in (his) life”. He owns an off the grid straw bale cabin in Crawford, CO and likes to travel and spend time outdoors with his three kids “as much as possible”.