Once you’ve begun seriously considering a solar energy system for your business, it’s wise to take the time to assess the financial feasibility of your goals.
If you’ve been involved in solar development before, you understand that leveraging your commercial solar financing is a critical part of a successful project.
If you’re new to the solar world, it’s understandable if you’re a little unsure about where to begin. You’re ready to start harnessing the power of solar photovoltaic (PV) infrastructure, but there are a lot of possibilities for your solar project.
Whether you’re looking into a new commercial solar system or you’re new to solar energy altogether, you’re probably curious about the upkeep and maintenance that solar infrastructure requires.
With CO2 emissions on the rise once again, more businesses are looking for energy-efficient solutions for their power needs. Solar energy provides a sustainable source of energy for businesses of all sizes across a variety of industries.
As demand for solar technologies increases, there are more solar developers in the solar industry than ever before. For educational institutions looking to start generating electricity using solar panels, you need to make sure you choose a solar electric partner that has your best interests in mind.
If energy expenses ended up costing you more in 2018 than you would have liked, now is the ideal time to sit down and streamline your energy budget for 2019.
If you’re starting to research solar panel companies, you’re probably aware of the general benefits that a solar system can offer. If you’re not entirely sure what those advantages may look like for you, here are seven of our favorite benefits that you may not have considered yet.
HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verogy, a solar-development company, announced today it has raised $5 million in pre-seed equity capital from Stonehenge Growth Capital, a provider of venture capital, private equity and mezzanine debt.
Thank you to all the legislators and their staff who worked to bring this bill through. Although not perfect, and poised for further analysis and improvement, we commend the General Assembly for continuing to push for renewable energy in Connecticut.