Ethos Strategic Consulting is a DC-based, full-service management consulting firm with advisory services focused on solar and energy storage technologies, businesses, and policies. We provide strategic guidance and solutions to Capitol region solar energy companies, electricity providers, and clean energy advocates. We also have considerable experience in all aspects of solar energy project development and financing, with a special focus on overcoming the challenges of working in dense urban environments and lower-income communities.   

Advisory Services

  • Policy Navigation
  • Government Interface
  • Targeted Advocacy
  • Strategic Communications
  • Market Research
  • Business Development
  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Product Launch

Energy Collection & Storage Consulting

  • Batteries for Electric Vehicles
  • Storage Batteries
  • Solar Powered Lighting
  • Solar Cells
  • Solar Powered Electrical Systems
  • Complete Solar Energy Systems
  • Solar Radiant Flux Measuring Instruments
  • Energy Collecting Equipment Rental or Lease (Solar and Wind)

Other Consulting Services

  • Architectural Services for Energy Conservation
  • Review of Energy Tax Exemption Applications
  • Energy Related Construction
  • Energy Management Engineering

Solar Past Performance

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Office of the People’s Counsel

Role: Consulting and Analysis
Program: Review of technical solar potential within District of Columbia

  • Provided comprehensive third party assessment of Value of Solar analysis
  • Presented confidential results to People’s Counsel and leadership team
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Solar Grid Storage

Role: Project Development
Program: Develop operations center to address unique needs of managing grid connection PV + storage assets

  • Use of storage to maintain grid stability and allow greater solar penetration
  • Pioneering microgrid in Laurel, MD
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DC Solar United Neighborhoods

Role: Stakeholder Engagement
Program: Implementation of revolutionary solar co-op model

  • Provide impartial information about solar options to DC residents
  • Facilitate group purchases in DC to lower costs and deployment barriers