Thomas Neyhart – The Revolutionary Mind behind PosiGen

May 31, 2021

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Being the brain behind the famous PosiGen, CEO Thomas Neyhart has summoned his 25-year managerial experience to manage the company. There is no mention of clean energy and efficient construction without the mention of Thomas Neyhart. He has been the COO of Utica Rentals for over ten years, operating 32 locations of just over 165 employees. PosiGen CEO Thomas Neyhart  proceeded to become a partner of an executive research firm specializing in construction. Neyhart made the 2014’s Gold Sachs 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs. 


He currently serves as the CEO of PosiGen, a revolutionary service provider of energy efficiency solutions and solar PV. Under his tenure as the PosiGen CEO, Thomas Neyhart has served over 17,000 customers with low-cost energy-efficient rooftop solar upgrades. This was directed towards Low-and-Moderate Income (LMI) households who now enjoy lower-cost utility bills and contribute towards emission of environmentally clean energy. By introducing secure building upgrades such as blow doors, air-filter replacement, and sealing, PosiGen continues to provide efficient solutions to keeping low-cost buildings and operations.


Thomas Neyhart looks forward to stamping PosiGen’s foot in the clean energy field through collaboration with private equity advisors and investors. Their guidance and funding will play a significant role in the company’s expansion and attain their mission of getting solar energy to people globally. Riding at such clouds has not come easy for PosiGen CEO Thomas Neyhart, neither has the position been easier for him. The company has since gotten back to its feet, having suffered a setback some years back with green credits. Despite the storm in its sails, the PosiGen CEO has seen that the company continues to grow and stay true to its mission; providing sustainable solar energy to all persons.

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