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Chips, Soup, and Cherries: Three Food Producers Harnessing the Power of the Sun

Posted by Mary Jones on Oct 31, 2017 11:16:31 AM

In today’s rapidly evolving energy industry, more and more companies are beginning to realize the benefits of installing on-site solar technology. Businesses that deploy solar can expect energy cost savings, excellent returns on investment, rebates and tax breaks, and environmental benefits. Investing in solar energy, as well, sends a strong signal to consumers that a company is conscious of its energy use and environmental impact, which may provide additional financial gains through public relations and marketing benefits. Check out these three food companies which are harnessing the power of the sun.

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Topics: American Solar, kettle brands solar, commericial solar, campbell's solar, rivermaid trading company solar

Sun Continues to Shine Upon CA Solar

Posted by Mary Jones on Mar 24, 2017 4:50:00 PM


California has long been the state for dreamers and doers. In recent history, it has also harnessed its ample sunlight to create the largest solar industry and most solar energy generation in the nation.

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Topics: Solar, American Solar, solar energy

SolBid Customer Highlight - Hickman & Sgroi

Posted by Mary Jones on Jan 6, 2017 12:46:11 PM


SolBid customer highlight: Hickman & Sgroi Electric, Inc. of Springfield, MA.

Hickman & Sgroi is a premier full service residential, commercial and industrial electrical contractor serving customers in greater Springfield MA.  

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Topics: Solar Arrays

Solar for Schools

Posted by Mary Jones on Sep 6, 2016 3:57:48 PM

The large flat rooftops found on school buildings across the U.S. are prime real estate for solar energy systems. Combined with the solar canopies over the large parking lots and ground mounted solar array's across the acres of vacant land, school systems in the U.S. could be saving millions of dollars by going solar.

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Topics: education, Solar, education budget, school

Florida Voters Add Solar Tax Breaks to State Constitution

Posted by Mary Jones on Aug 31, 2016 7:40:15 AM

Per an article written by the Miami Herald yesterday, in Tuesday's primary election more than 70% of Florida voters approved solar tax breaks to incentivize Florida businesses to go solar.

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Topics: sustainability, Commercial Solar, Solar, Florida, environmental responsibility

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