About Paradise Energy Solutions

Brothers Photograph

Paradise Energy Solutions, headquartered in Gap, PA is a growing solar installation business operated by 4 entrepreneurial brothers. Matt, Marcus, Tim, and Jason Beiler opened Paradise Energy Solutions on January 1, 2009, and today the company has branches in 8 different states – Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware and New Jersey. In fact, we celebrate our 5th Anniversary in 2014!

Gap is in Lancaster County, which is the most productive non-irrigated agricultural county in the United States, and the Beiler brothers grew up on a farm just a few miles from their corporate headquarters. Matt still lives on the farm, and the brothers’ agricultural background has given Paradise Energy Solutions a strong understanding of the needs of farmers.

Many of Paradise Energy Solutions’ installations have taken place on farms, and the company’s client list includes the winner of the Pennsylvania’s Young Farmer and Rancher Achievement Award.

“With all the grants, credits, and permits, there’s a lot of paperwork involved in a solar installation project, and I’ve never yet met a farmer who’d rather be filling out forms than working in his barn or his fields,” said CEO Tim Beiler. “That’s why we handle all the paperwork for our customers.”

We are a fully licensed and insured Solar Energy Contractor in Pennsylvania (PA), New Jersey (NJ), Maryland (MD), Delaware (DE), New York (NY), Massachusetts (MA) and Ohio (OH). PES is also an “Approved Solar PV Installer” under many state rebate programs in the states listed. Paradise Energy has 35 employees and has installed a total of over 6.5 megawatts of solar-power as of the September 2013. In addition, Paradise Energy Solutions’ CEO Tim Beiler and many team members have earned the industry’s leading recognition of expertise as a certified installer of solar electric systems (aka “photovoltaic” or “PV” systems) and certified technical sales from the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).