Officers & Directors

Officers & Directors

Executive Officers

Jeffrey Peck
Chief Executive Officer
Jeffrey Peck has been the majority owner and Chief Executive Officer of Peck Electric since Mr. Peck purchased it from his family in the late 1990s. Since then, Mr. Peck transformed Peck Electric from a local electrical contracting business to the largest commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) company in the northeast and ranked 60th in the US by Solar Power World. Mr. Peck has grown Peck Electric to nearly 100 employees with many employees having tenures over 30 years. Mr. Peck was also responsible for timing the strategic direction of Peck Electric’s focus into solar EPC at the time when solar installation became a profitable business in 2013 and also began investing in a company-owned arrays, with a portfolio now approximately three megawatts. Mr. Peck has served as Chairman of Vermont Electrical Contractors, Chairman of the Joint Health and Welfare Committee as well as the IBEW Local 300 Pension funds. Mr. Peck graduated from Champlain College in 1993.
Fredrick Myrick
EVP of Solar
Fredrick “Kip” Myrick has been working at Peck Electric for over 30 years since joining in 1988 as a Journeyman Electrician. In 1993 Mr. Myrick was promoted to Foreman and successfully managed the numerous small and large-scale projects at Global Foundries, IBM’s chip-manufacturing business. From 1995 to 1998 Mr. Myrick held positions of General Foreman and Superintendent, then Project Manager/Estimator in 2005. In 2006, Mr. Myrick became a significant minority shareholder in the Company and its Vice President, then started the Peck Solar division in 2008 and has managed the construction of the largest solar array in Vermont. Mr. Myrick is also responsible for the innovative dual-use farming of saffron with solar arrays in collaboration with the University of Vermont, which has attracted national news attention. Mr. Myrick is a NABCEP certified Photovoltaic Installation Professional and holds a Vermont Master Electricians License.

Board of Directors

Jeffrey Peck
Chairman of the Board
Jeffrey Peck has been the majority owner and Chief Executive Officer of Peck Electric since Mr. Peck purchased it from his family in the late 1990s. Since then, Mr. Peck transformed Peck Electric from a local electrical contracting business to the largest commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) company in the northeast and ranked 60th in the US by Solar Power World. Mr. Peck has grown Peck Electric to nearly 100 employees with many employees having tenures over 30 years. Mr. Peck was also responsible for timing the strategic direction of Peck Electric’s focus into solar EPC at the time when solar installation became a profitable business in 2013 and also began investing in a company-owned arrays, with a portfolio now approximately three megawatts. Mr. Peck has served as Chairman of Vermont Electrical Contractors, Chairman of the Joint Health and Welfare Committee as well as the IBEW Local 300 Pension funds. Mr. Peck graduated from Champlain College in 1993.
Fredrick Myrick
Director
Fredrick “Kip” Myrick has been working at Peck Electric for over 30 years since joining in 1988 as a Journeyman Electrician. In 1993 Mr. Myrick was promoted to Foreman and successfully managed the numerous small and large-scale projects at Global Foundries, IBM’s chip-manufacturing business. From 1995 to 1998 Mr. Myrick held positions of General Foreman and Superintendent, then Project Manager/Estimator in 2005. In 2006, Mr. Myrick became a significant minority shareholder in the Company and its Vice President, then started the Peck Solar division in 2008 and has managed the construction of the largest solar array in Vermont. Mr. Myrick is also responsible for the innovative dual-use farming of saffron with solar arrays in collaboration with the University of Vermont, which has attracted national news attention. Mr. Myrick is a NABCEP certified Photovoltaic Installation Professional and holds a Vermont Master Electricians License.
Richard C. Cook
Director
Richard C. Cook has served on our Board of Directors since the closing of our IPO in March 2016. Mr. Cook is the managing and sole member of Lakeview Strategies, LLC, which provides business consulting services for private companies. From April 2009 to April 2011, he served as Executive Chairman of EnteGreat, Inc., a manufacturing consulting company, in connection with providing turn-around consulting services. Mr. Cook was appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer of MAPICS, Inc., a publicly traded software firm, in July 1997 and served in that capacity until its acquisition in April 2005. Prior thereto, Mr. Cook held various positions with IBM, including Director of the Atlanta Software Development Laboratory, during a 25- year career with the company. He currently serves as a Director of the Technology Executives Roundtable, Lincor Solutions, Inc., a private company which provides patient engagement technology to healthcare providers, and Software Automation, a machine vision and robotics start-up. Mr. Cook is well qualified to serve as independent director due to his substantial management experience and experience in public company governance in serving as a Chief Executive Officer of a public company, as well as his background in providing business consulting services and serving as an independent director of seven private companies during the past five years.
Stewart I. Martin
Director
Stewart Martin was appointed as member of our Board of Directors in November 2016. He is Executive Vice President, Sales and Producer Development of Marsh & McLennan Agencies – Florida, a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies. He was previously Senior Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors of Seitlin Insurance and Advisors which was acquired by Marsh & McLennan, LLC in November 2011. Mr. Martin is well qualified to serve as independent director due to his substantial management and previous board experience.
Douglas Rose
Director
Doug Rose has over 25 years experience in the solar industry. Since 2010 he has held the position of Vice President, Technology Strategy in SunPower corporation’s strategy and business development group. Previous roles at SunPower include Product Engineering Manager, Director of Module R&D, and Technology Development Director. Prior to joining SunPower, he held positions in technology assessment and technology development at GTE, PV research at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and thin-film PV research and management at First Solar. He also held board of director and board observer positions at Solexel and SolarBridge. Dr. Rose has degrees in mechanical engineering from Iowa State and Stanford University and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado. He is author or co-author of more than 50 publications and 21 US patents in the field of solar energy.