We are located in “Historically Bold” Danville, Kentucky – one of the oldest cities in our state, one of the first settlements, and where the original draft of the Kentucky Constitution was written and adopted. Daniel Boone made his way through this wilderness in 1775 by following buffalo traces (trails or paths) through the Cumberland Gap to what eventually became known as the Wilderness Trail. Our company is located along the original Wilderness Trail, established by Boone and other early pioneers, this area is known as the Wilderness Trace area of the Bluegrass region.
The name “Wilderness Trace Solar” embodies our company’s pioneering spirit and our determination in blazing a future to bring renewable solar and other clean energy solutions to our neighbors, our region, and the Commonwealth Kentucky.
The mission of Wilderness Trace Solar is to provide residents, farmers, businesses and institutions the highest level of customer service by designing, selling and installing high quality, efficient and effective renewable solar energy power systems. By working closely with our customers we will customize a renewable energy system specific to their location, purpose and requirements. Our goal is to promote affordable, cleaner, energy efficient sustainable solutions for future generations.
- Ken Scott, Ph.D – Owner
- Paula Scott – Owner
- John Cotten – General Manager
- Danny Tolson – Operations Manager
- Shannon Causey – Technical Design & Sales
- Mike Carpenter – Master Electrician
- Chris Tolson – Solar Installation
- Shawn Lane – Solar Installation
- George Lilly – Solar Installation
Danville is located in the outer Bluegrass region of Central Kentucky, 45 minutes southwest of Lexington. Known as the “City of Firsts,” Danville was the first capital of Kentucky and has recently hosted two vice-presidential debates. Danville is also home to Centre College, the top-ranked school in the state, according to Forbes.