Michael has been a professional within the construction industry for over 30 years. In 1983, Michael founded Precision Construction Company which rapidly grew during the building boom in the 1980's to become one of the leading contractors in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. By 1990, Michael partnered with his brother, Mark Kurtz, to establish Kurtz Builders who specialized in custom home building and historical restoration. Kurtz Builders expanded their residential division to reach some of the largest commercial companies in the tri-state area. It is Michael's devotion to his craft that has brought an unparalleled quality, skill, and a hands on project management technique to become a top presence within the solar industry. Michael and his brother, Mark have created, coordinated, and executed over 40 Megawatts of commercial grade PV Solar Projects for leading solar developers like SunEdison.

As a third generation farmer, Michael had been living green decades before environmental consciousness and responsibility had been brought to the forefront of our nations need for creative energy solutions. In 2003, while researching solar systems for his farm, Michael recognized how he could also help commercial industries reduce operating costs by developing solar energy systems to a larger scale. By combining his construction and project management expertise, Michael and InEnergy began to deliver solar energy systems that meet the energy needs for commercial industries. With his diverse background, Michael brought his hands on experience and vast knowledge to the forefront of a young and emerging industry

InEnergy specializes in developing and installing solar systems that meet the distinct energy requirements for all of its clients. It is Michael's and InEnergy's mission to design and build systems that will help our customers reduce operating costs and maximize savings while minimizing their environmental footprint. Michael founded InEnergy on the principle of, "Who you are will show in what you do", and it is this principle that led Michael to partner with the most highly skilled and like-minded professionals who are also committed to nothing less than excellence. Moreover, Michael has founded one of the solar industry's first companies to achieve the trust of SunEdison to execute the installation of roof mounted solar projects. Michael, through InEnergy, has positioned himself to lead the industry in providing turnkey green solutions to the commercial marketplace for over 7 years.

Ken Henderson joined the InEnergy team in 2012 and brings over 30 years of experience in the solar and power sector to the company. Ken is a Master Electrician, a Licensed Electrical Contractor in Six States, a Licensed Electrical Inspector and an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) University Certified PV Installer. He was SunEdison's East Coast Construction manager from 2005 through 2011 and Hypower's Commercial Solar Division Manager from 2011 through 2012.

Ken has been responsible for the overall system design, construction, and interconnection of multiple large Solar PV systems. He possesses experience in the end-to-end delivery of over 150 solar rooftop projects totaling over 20 MW.

A few of the solar PV projects Ken has been instrumental in include; Duke Energy Solar Farm Utility Ground Mount (15MW), 63 Walgreens locations as the EPC Contractor (1MW), 16 Kohl's Projects as the EPC Contractor (5.115 MW), 5 Staples as the EPC Contractor (2.842 MW), and 4 Puerto Rico Sam's Club locations (2 MW) for Sun Edison. In addition, Hypower FPL utilized Ken as the EPC Contractor for 6 MW of NJ Rooftop Solar for Recurrent Energy as well has Carport Canopies for its Juno HQ.

John Millard joined the InEnergy team in early 2013, bringing with him ten years of project development and corporate solar management experience.

As a licensed architect, John's background designing laboratories led him to the PV industry, resulting in him starting the first solar energy subsidiary to an electrical supply company in New Jersey. This multi-disciplinary engineering effort culminated in the development of the Lawrenceville School Sun Farm, a project that yielded 6MW through a Single Axis Tracker System. This project afforded the Lawrenceville School the ability to satisfy 100% of its 9000 MWh power demand.

John's operations experience with a major multi-national EPC contractor facilitated him into the sun farm arena managing multiple projects in the Massachusetts market. These projects range from 2.4 MW to 3.4 MW, and are currently connected to the National Grid and NStar networks.

As Chief Operating Officer for InEnergy, John utilizes his architectural, design and communications backgrounds to further cement the company as one of the major development companies in the United States.