"Let the data do the talking."
Stuart Rodnick, President
Stu Rodnick is a seasoned technologist with 25 years of experience in the technology sector, having worked with technology firms globally, including in major tech hubs such as NYC, Silicon Valley, Washington DC, and Tel Aviv. His expertise spans corporates, start-ups, and entrepreneurial ventures.
Recognizing the need for a response to the rapidly evolving field of climate technologies, Stu founded Westchester Clean Energy. The company is dedicated to assisting multifamily, commercial, and mixed-use property owners in reducing emissions and implementing solar projects. Stu's commitment to guiding property owners through the dynamic landscape of climate technologies stems from his background in navigating the fast-paced changes reminiscent of the early days of the internet, when technologies were changing monthly, just like climate technologies are changing today.
Stu's passion for engineering innovations that support electrification extends to his founding of Solar Shuls, an initiative focused on helping Synagogues install solar energy systems. Additionally, he is the author of "The Next Project," a book on public health policy that he wrote during the pandemic.
Residing in Irvington, NY, with his wife, and two sons, Stu enjoys outdoor activities such as cycling through the hills of Westchester and kayaking in the Hudson River. His lifestyle reflects his commitment to local engagement and climate consciousness. Stu's philosophy revolves around thinking globally, rolling up the sleeves and getting things done locally,
His multifaceted background, from technology to clean energy initiatives, showcases his dedication to making a positive impact on both the business world and the climate.