Renewable Revolutionaries


From design/build schools to breweries and social entrepreneurs, AllEarth is proud to have helped innovative businesses and individuals across the northeast generate their own power from the sun with our dual-axis solar trackers. Our Renewable Revolutionaries video series goes behind the scenes to profile iconic brands and people that are pioneering a sustainable future for us all.  


Why We’re Here

DDavid Blittersdorf’s interest in renewable energy was sparked at just 14 years old, when he built a small wind turbine to power the sugar shack in his backyard. His interest grew into a passion to help save the world by cutting carbon emissions, and with that the AllEarth Solar Tracker was born!

Berkshire East Ski Resort

After installing a large array of AllEarth Solar Trackers, Berkshire East is now the world’s first ski resort to be fully powered by renewables. Their energy savings allow them to expand their business and grow, while also reducing their carbon footprint.

Yestermorrow Design/Build School

Yestermorrow Design/Build School is the go-to place in the country for students to learn the ins and outs of green building and design. Their mission is to combine the techniques and technologies of yesterday with the cutting edge ideas of tomorrow, while giving students a hands-on experience and empowering them to be more involved in our world.

Jerry Greenfield of Ben and Jerry’s

Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s, believes in being sustainable in both his business and his personal life. From having solar panels at home, to carbon-reducing strategies within his company, he is dedicated to improving the environment.

Snake Mountain Boatworks

After teaching economics for most of his life, Michael Claudon, founder and CEO of Snake Mountain Boatworks, discovered a new passion: a passion for restoring antique wooden boats. After realizing his energy costs could be a problem, he invested in renewable energy so that he could help sustain his business while also reducing his carbon footprint.


Vermont Smoke & Cure

Vermont Smoke and Cure is a 54-year-old smokehouse that knows the importance of maintaining visibility and supporting local businesses. When they discovered that they could get local energy from a local business, they invested in two solar projects that account for a majority of their energy usage.

Concept 2

Concept 2 is a world class designer and manufacturer of rowing machines and racing oars. Dick and Peter Dreissigacker, founders of Concept 2 and avid rowers themselves, know the importance of protecting the environment and being as efficient as possible, so they decided to invest in solar to help support their business.

Maine Beer Company

Dan Kleban and his brother quit their day jobs to do what they loved: make ‘good beer’ for their community. They knew from the start that they wanted to make their business as sustainable and efficient as possible. The solution was to invest in a large solar project.

The AllEarth Production Team

The talented AllEarth Production Team makes the magic happen by producing our dual-axis solar trackers. They are dedicated to creating a high-quality product that can help save the environment and build a greener future for us all.