Solar Wolf Energy Names Taylor Bennett as New CEO and Unveils New Plumbing Company
Solar Wolf Energy Inc
Historically, October tends to be a positive month for businesses across industries. Looking back, Solar Wolf Energy made some monumental accomplishments throughout the last month, and we are excited to share some big news with our followers!
For the past year, our founder Ted Strzelecki has been laying the foundation to grow a new branch of our home improvement empire. Aqua Wolf Plumbing, the newest addition to the Wolf family of companies, will be offering the highest quality plumbing and drain, hot water heater, and water filtration services in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Connecticut. Additionally, Aqua Wolf offers 24/7 emergency services to the region, in case an unexpected leak causes havoc at the worst possible time! Late last month, Ted announced that he was officially stepping down as CEO of Solar Wolf Energy, in order to turn his attention towards building and maintaining Aqua Wolf Plumbing. He will still be available for executive consulting and serve as the Chairman on our Board of Directors.
Ted’s transition out of the Solar Wolf driver’s seat was followed by him handing the reins to his longtime second in command. The team at Solar Wolf is incredibly excited to welcome the rise of our previous Vice President, Taylor Bennett, into the position of CEO. Bennett, who holds a Master’s of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing, graduated from Clark University in 2016, after earning a Bachelor’s in Sociology and a spot in the Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society. Her primary interest in school was on sustainability marketing and research, and she was an active member of Clark’s Women in Business organization. After starting her tenure in the formative days of Solar Wolf as a Project Manager, Taylor’s commitment to maximizing value and experience for clients was a key factor in her progression to leader of the pack.
Taylor has already begun forecasting plans for the upcoming year, including growing our sales department, optimizing our installation timeline, strengthening our client relationships and more. She has established a “one question challenge” for all staff members, inviting everyone to contribute their own ideas about how we can improve. The encouragement of independent thought and value on free thinking has always been unique to the company’s culture, and Bennett’s commitment to fostering this attitude throughout our team marks a continuation of the same reciprocal relationship our previous CEO had with team members. In addition to encouraging intellectual contributions, Bennett has established a volunteer campaign at Solar Wolf, giving every member of our team the opportunity to give back to the communities we work in. Our initial plans involve a Toys for Tots campaign, a Thanksgiving food drive for families of local school systems, and a Caring and Sharing donation party for Community Giving Tree, a non-profit based out of Boxford, MA. A long-term outreach plan is also in the works to ensure that Solar Wolf is doing work to give back to the community on a monthly basis.
These developments were recently noted in the Worcester Business Journal, making it the eighth article in the publication keeping up with our scalable growth over the years. With our new CEO at the helm, we encourage our customers and other followers to keep their eyes and ears open for more news about our goals, mission and vision for the future. The team at Solar Wolf and our associated brands look forward to opportunities to serve our community inside and outside of the scope of renewables!