Douglas Danley has more than 35 years’ experience in solar energy, energy storage and remote microgrids. He and his wife, Teresa, served as Peace Corps Volunteers for three years in a village in Botswana, where Doug’s water maintenance crew designed and installed Botswana’s first deep well solar water pumping system. He has designed solar and solar-diesel hybrid systems for many countries around the world, including Australia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Mexico and Peru. Mr. Danley is currently Principle Investigator for NRECA’s SUNDA Project, a five million dollar four-year collaborative effort with the US Department of Energy to reduce barriers for co-ops who choose to install utility-scale PV systems. He also developed and maintains NSol! – a PV and hybrid system design tool used by hundreds of companies around the world.