Alexander Frith

Development Engineer, Engineering

Alexander Frith serves as a Development Engineer for Sol Customer Solutions. Mr. Frith provides development technical support, conducts project specific reviews, assists in early-stage site diligence and interconnection processes, and performs system level energy modeling and conceptual design optimization for PV Solar systems. In addition to his responsibilities as a Development Engineer, Mr. Frith serves on Sol Systems’ Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) ERG.

Prior to arriving at Sol, Mr. Frith worked at EcoMark Solar in which he developed and designed residential Solar PV systems throughout the Rocky Mountain region. Prior to EcoMark, Mr. Frith served as an Energy Researcher at the US Conference of Mayors, Environmental Engineering Intern with Trout Unlimited, and Electrical Engineering Researcher at the University of Washington. While in undergrad, Mr. Frith held leadership positions within the National Society of Black Engineers and Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.

Mr. Frith earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Denver’s Ritchie School of Engineering in addition to earning a Certificate in Leadership Studies through the Pioneer Leadership Program.