03 Sep '12, 10am

Affordable Solar Making Its Way to More Local Markets

“This really changes the landscape and creates a new leader in the solar energy category,” said Joe Bono, CEO of Solar Universe. “Nobody can compete with our local reach, and now, we can offer our customers a superior alternative to grid power that is less expensive.” The upfront costs of going solar are gone thanks to Sunrun. The company owns and maintains the photovoltaic system on a customer’s roof. This does away with their regular fuel/electricity costs and gives people lower rates with natural energy. It’s an easy and smart financial gain.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/09/03/affordable-solar-maki...

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