As Project Manager at Norwich Solar Technologies, Gregg Freeman is responsible for managing financial due diligence, drafting agreements, project closeout, and assisting with project permitting and development. Prior to joining Norwich Technologies, Inc., Gregg was the Permitting and Regulatory Compliance Manager at Aegis Renewable Energy, Inc., where he successfully permitted ten commercial-scale solar projects in Vermont, ranging from 100 kW to 500 kW in capacity.

Gregg earned a J.D., with Certificate in Energy Law from Vermont Law School, a M.A. in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School, and a B.A. in Environmental Studies from S.U.N.Y Potsdam. While in law school, Gregg was a Research Associate at the Institute for Energy and the Environment, a Clinician at the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic, a Law Clerk for the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, a Staff Editor and Articles Editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law, and a Student Ambassador.

Prior to law school, Gregg also worked in the energy efficiency and renewable energy fields at Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships, Next Step Living, and Northeast Clean Energy Council.

Outside of work, Gregg is a Contributing Writer for the New York Appellate Digest. In his free time, Gregg enjoys sailing, biking, paddling, camping, backcountry skiing, and woodworking.

Anders Lascala, System Design Engineer at Norwich Solar Technologies