MEET THE NERDS
These are the Nerd's That Make It All Happen.
Babe KilgoreThe Chief Nerd
Brian TolmanChief Operating Nerd
Sam BischofMarketing Nerd
Erick ThomasSales Nerd
Steve SayasyTech Nerd
Fallon JonesCustomer Nerd
Nicole MozingoProcessing Nerd
Reed PeruSales Nerd
Peter ChinSales Nerd
Aaron JensenInstall Nerd
Chesley CallowayProcessing Nerd
Sai GomathCAD Nerd
Kevin SooProgramming Nerd
Areya SernaDesign Nerd
Kabilan SelvaranganEngineering Nerd
ABOUT NERD POWER
Nerd Power Isn't Your Average Energy Company. We're a collection of big brains, unified in our mission to bring cleaner, cheaper energy to the masses. It all started many years ago...
It was a cool fall evening, in September of 1804, when Mr. N. Power took a stroll through his small town with his trusty pup, Biscuits.
His mind wandered to the Discovery Channel Documentary he had watched the night before. Cow flatulence were apparently posing a threat to the delicate ozone layer due to the high levels of Methane. He mulled over a contraption in his mind that could capture the southern winds and repurpose them as fuel...
You see, Mr. N. Power was an innovator. A problem solver. He saw the world around him in a different light than his friends and colleagues. He was currently involved in a hair-brained project with his good friend, Henry. Something about every family owning an automobile, and putting an end to the era of horse drawn buggies. He wasn't sure if it would pan out.
It was at that moment that he rolled through a massive pile of fresh horse sh*t and nearly fell off his Segway. As he struggled to regain control of his personal transportation device, Biscuits began to bark.
He glanced up to see a hauntingly beautiful woman running from her suburban home, which had clearly just had a new solar system installed. Tears ran down her cheeks. He stepped from his Segway just in time to catch her as she collapsed in his arms.
He untied her bonnet and used it to wipe the tears that still streamed down her face as she proceeded to tell him how she had just opened up her utility bill, and to her horror found she was still overpaying for electricity, even after promises of lower bills and cheaper energy for switching to solar.
Mr. N. Power listened in horror as she recounted the entire story. False promises. Creepy sales guys. Blood oaths. He could not, nay WOULD NOT, tolerate the injustice.
The anger that had been welling inside him, finally spilled over, and with a powerful slap to his thigh he tilted back his head and bellowed a loud "dadgummit" skyward.
A quiet hush fell across the neighborhood. He had just all but screamed the nastiest curse in the book. As his head lowered slowly he opened his eyes to find a crowd had gathered. With a thud he stood up to address his audience, remembering the distressed woman who laid across his lap a moment earlier. After a quick check to make sure she was ok, he began a speech that would soon make history...
He promised there was a better way. He spoke of things that seemed inspired. "What if we lowered the energy your home uses, BEFORE we talk about producing power with solar?" he shouted through his megaphone. The crowd erupted in cheers. "What if you could pay LESS than what you are paying now to your utility company, and switch to renewable energy for $0 out of pocket?". Bill, the Saloon owner, fainted on the spot, and fell to the ground.
He knew he was on to something. There was a smarter way to go green for homes and businesses. A holistic approach to energy management? Could it work? Every home, every business is different, he thought. We have to take a diagnostic approach to each and every one.
With that it was settled. He would champion the smartest energy company East and West of The Mississippi.
He ran to his Segway after bidding the crowd farewell and hit the throttle with the intent of making a grand exit. He hadn't realized the battery had drained sufficiently during his long winded speech. Honestly, his exit was excruciatingly slow and awkward.
Mr. N. Power would later go onto marry the woman who started it all by collapsing in his arms that fateful day. Unfortunately they really weren't a good match, and divorced just a short time later, never conceiving anything but a business that would unknowingly take the industry by storm...
They called it N.E.R.D. Power.