About Mark Snyder
Since 1979, Mark Snyder has performed thousands of inspection reports for fires and floods, including the 2003 Cedar & Paradise Fire.
Mark Snyder is recognized internationally as an alternative energy expert, contributing to the development and application of new energy efficiency technology.
Mark Snyder is committed to the creation of a sustainable future and has been recognized worldwide as an expert on evolving alternative energy technologies and applications.
Mark Snyder was selected to build one of the world’s largest passive solar tracking array for the Alpine United School District in Alpine, CA.
In 1985, Mark designed and installed Southern California’s first large bio-energy conversion project using agricultural waste – a local San Diego greenhouse used agricultural waste (peach pits) to produce 100 kWh of electricity and heat per day.
Silent Night Aire
Mark Snyder developed the Silent Night Aire, an energy efficient solution to home heating and cooling costs. The Silent Night Aire dramatically reduces the cost of air conditioning and flushes harmful pollutants out of homes silently and seamlessly.
Mark Snyder Worked with investors in R&D testing viability of patented inventions including electrical medical devices.
Mark Snyder trained in Europe with Dantrim International, a Danish world-wide leader in biomass energy systems.
Mark Snyder Worked as a consultant for Dream Works, Stephen Spielberg, NASA Houston, JPL, and the US Army.
Since 1979, has performed thousands of inspection reports for fires, floods, and construction defects, including the 2003 Cedar Fire and Paradise Fire.
Mark Snyder has consulted and supplied equipment for the US and International Space Station.