Steven Strong is acknowledged as North America’s pre-eminent authority on integration of renewable energy systems in buildings. Mr. Strong pioneered the concept of environmentally responsive building design, incorporating renewable energy systems into buildings.
Strong has designed dozens of homes and buildings powered by solar electricity, including: the world’s first PV-powered neighborhood, the world’s largest roof-top PV power system on an Olympic venue, and Boston’s first commercial scale wind turbine.
Strong has represented the U.S. at the International Energy Agency, and has served as an advisor on energy and environmental issues to five governors, eight U.S. senators, four presidential candidates and many electric utilities.
Articles about Steven Strong and his work have appeared in over 100 publications. TIME magazine named Strong an Environmental “Hero for the Planet” and the American Solar Energy Society presented him with the Abbot Award for outstanding achievement in the advancement of solar energy.