Does the Eclipse Cost Carolinas Solar Customers?

solar-eclipse

August 14, 2017- CHARLOTTE, NC- As August 21st draws near, the buzz surrounding the upcoming eclipse increases and the excitement is palpable. But while many are excited to see such a rare occurrence and plan on making a journey to see the fullest effect of the eclipse, how do area…

Continue reading

sonnenBatterie home energy storage systems available

renu-sonnen-rock-hill

January 31, 2017 – ROCK HILL, SC – This week in York County, South Carolina, the region’s first sonnenBatterie residential energy storage system became operational. While over 16,000 such systems have been installed worldwide, this is currently the only one in the Carolinas.   The installation was completed by the…

Continue reading

Couple throws solar party

employees-enjoying-company-and-food

Fort Mill couple throws solar party: This article appeared in the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association’s Newsletter Keegan and Ali Ford were excited to share their recently installed rooftop solar project with their friends and neighbors. So they did something unique and hosted a reception at their home. As guests…

Continue reading

One Year In, SC Customers Applaud Duke Solar Rebate

veterinarian-solar-image-atrium

Residents Urge Neighbors to Go Solar and Save Big, While the Program Lasts October 11, 2016 – South Carolina homeowners and small businesses have benefitted from big savings on solar energy this year, thanks to a hefty rebate from Duke Power that’s still available. The rebate was introduced one year…

Continue reading

Solar Panels Going Up in Salisbury-Rowan

solar-panels-going-on-salisbury-rowan

This article by Juanita Teschner appeared in the Catawba College Center for the Environment website Solar panels are sprouting up in Salisbury and Rowan County, thanks to a community initiative that started in October. Solarize Salisbury-Rowan informs residents of the advantages of solar power and helps them reduce costs through…

Continue reading

Renu becomes partner on Hawaii solar project

Hawaii-solar-panels

Charlotte-based company expands its reach with 110 kiloWatt Nonprofit Solar project   Charlotte, NC (November 2, 2015) – Renu Energy Solutions, a Charlotte-based residential and commercial solar installation company, begins a nonprofit retrofit for a Hawaii-based Christian academy in collaboration with Foursquare church. This project promises to be the first…

Continue reading