Design Energy team


Our Energy Solutions Put the Power in Your Hands.

Design Energy works hard to keep the value of renewable energy & storage in your project and in your community. As an Ohio company we are committed to local jobs, local content and local investment to ensure that the stabilizing benefits of renewable energy generation and storage stay with you, our customers. We build energy resilience and financial security.

Design Energy offers Power Project Engineering, Management and Installation for Renewable Energy projects from 5kW-100MW.

Suzanne Csejtey, Power Project Integration

Suzanne Csejtey has worked for over twenty years in the building trades, specializing in environmentally conscious design/construction, HVAC and energy systems. Combining her construction management background with a longstanding commitment to the creation of neighborhood food networks and strong local economies, she was driven to concentrate her work in renewable energy generation, a vital ingredient for local resilience and security. As well as being a NABCEP Certified PV Professional, Suzanne has advanced training in energy storage solutions and microgrids.  Suzanne’s passion for building sustainable community systems led her to team up with David Dwyer of American Renewable Energy in 2013 to found Design Energy.

David Dwyer, Energy Project Architect

David Dwyer is a LEED AP, a certified NABCEP Professional Installer and a licensed electrician with 15 years’ experience in the renewable energy business. Since 2010 David has led the finance, design, and construction teams for over 20MW aggregate systems in Ohio in the context of residential, commercial and utility-scale projects, all of which are producing healthy returns for the system owners and stakeholders. In addition to daily participation in advancing Design Energy, David runs American Renewable Energy, specializing in utility-scale development. Design Energy provides Engineering, Project Management and Construction Services for the projects developed by ARE.

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