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About Us

Hi, my name is David Scoggins and I am the founder and CEO.  Let me first thank you for your interest and time spent researching our company.

Incorporated in November of 2008, Sundance is in business to assist you, the consumer, in developing and implementing a personal energy plan.  As you know, our Congress has failed “we the people” over the past 35 years by continually promising, but failing to deliver, on a national energy policy.  As a result, energy costs will continue to rise and fluctuate out of any reasonable control.  Therefore, it is left to “we the people” - individually, to develop our own plan.  Take the time to read Bob Davis’ bio in the "about" section and his global view of the energy industry in the "news" section.  You will find it interesting, informative, and somewhat aggravating that things have reached this point.

My background it that of a custom home builder and the format and structure of Sundance reflects that.  By using experienced subcontractors to install our product lines, you will be getting years of experience to do the job right the first time.  For example: you will not have a solar panel installer making roof penetrations, but an experienced roofer, whose business it is to waterproof roof penetrations.  Our teams of established subcontractors have been in the Austin market for many years and provide not only a wealth of experience, but also a record of accomplishment of standing behind their work and installations.

We offer a menu of energy conservation and solar power production options. Our customized home energy audit will help you determine which items are most cost effective for your particular circumstances. 

Together we can create an energy plan that fits your needs, budget, and gives you a sense of control over your resources.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions regarding our solutions. 

Our Directors:

David Scoggins
David Scoggins began his building career after he graduated from Texas A&M in 1980 with a degree in marketing.  He started with Pulte Homes supervising several large subdivisions in the Houston area.  After three years he accepted a supervisory position with Perry Homes.

He had valuable experience with some of the most well know builders in the state by the time he started his own custom home building business in 1987.  Five years later he saw an opportunity in the growing Central Texas/Austin area.  He worked for Wilshire Homes as a superintendent over several subdivisions in the Austin area and later for Del Webb in Georgetown.  His first custom building job was a million dollar home in the Horseshoe Bay area, and it was a greatly rewarding experience.

Since then the majority of his business comes from the referrals of satisfied clients.  Currently David is building many outstanding homes in the Georgetown area with several custom homes under construction in the Cimarron Hills subdivision.  David and his family have lived in the Georgetown area for ten years.

David can be contacted by email:

Stanley Bland
Stanley Bland has been an electrical contractor in the Central Texas area for over forty years.  He is currently licensed as a master electrician with the State of Texas and the City of Georgetown. 

Stanley is a former member of the City of Georgetown Building Standards Committee and a sitting member of the Georgetown Utility Systems Advisory Board.

As the president of Bland Electric Service, Inc., Stanley has provided the Central Texas community with high quality electrical repairs and installations for many years.

Stanley can be contacted by email:

Bob Davis
Bob Davis began his career in the energy-environment field in the early 1970s when he completed his master’s thesis on the environmental movement, which was in its infancy. After two years as a reporter for the Amarillo Globe News, Bob was asked to join the staff of the Governor’s Energy Advisory Council of Texas where he wrote speeches, and analyzed energy and environmental legislation.

In the mid 1970s, Bob went to work as an environmental consultant with Radian Corp. in Austin (now URS) where he managed many large environmental and energy projects in four continents over a period of 23 years.  After serving six years as a missionary to Mexico, Bob set up his own consulting business, RJD3 Consulting, in Bend, Texas and spends part time consulting for the Center for the Commercialization of Electric Technologies—a consortium of utilities, high tech firms, and academic researchers who focus their activities on the development of the smart grid in Texas to better utilize renewable energy resources and improve efficiencies of energy use.

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