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Michigan’s Sutton Leasing goes solar in big way with Pink Energy

With Pink Energy opening a new commercial division in Michigan, you figure to be seeing more projects like this one coming in the near future. Sutton Leasing, a family-owned and operated national fleet management company based in Sterling Heights, Michigan, is now benefiting from clean energy at its corporate headquarters generated from 122 roof-mounted solar […]

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March 28th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

​How to Prepare for Solar Panel Installation

There is enough solar capacity in the U.S. to power 12.3 million homes, and many more homeowners are considering a solar panel installation for their home. If you’ve been thinking about adding solar power, there are some things you should do to prepare for your solar panel installation. The process begins with a solar consultation. […]

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March 28th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

Dominion Energy customers pay coal ash solution

Virginia took steps to solve its coal ash problem earlier this month when Gov. Ralph Northam signed a bill that requires Dominion Energy’s  legacy coal ash ponds to be excavated. The bill requires Dominion to excavate the ponds and recycle at least one-fourth of the 27 million cubic yards of ash, while putting the remainder […]

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March 27th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

Net metering of rooftop solar is largely net benefit, reports show

One of the many benefits for homeowners in installing a solar panel system at their home is net metering, which gives solar customers retail price credits on excess energy produced by their solar systems that is sent back to the grid. In essence, net metering works much like a solar battery would, as excess energy […]

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March 22nd, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

​How Solar Power for Homes Is Changing The Nation

Clean, renewable solar power is being used by everyone from homeowners to utilities as a reliable source of electricity. Its popularity is driven by less expensive, more efficient solar panels. Just a decade ago, solar panel installations were mainly used by eco-warriors and those who lived off the grid. All that has changed. It is […]

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March 19th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

The solar panels that withstood Hurricane Florence

Matt and Jennifer Ruff had solar panels installed on their home just months before Hurricane Florence hit their North Carolina home. The ground-mounted panels admirably withstood the elements.

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March 15th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

Pink Energy expands to Indiana

Pink Energy CEO Jayson Waller teased us in December in saying that the company was positioning to enter several new markets in 2019. The company is primed to have the first of those in Indiana, as Pink Energy announced this week expansion of its operations into the Hoosier State. Indiana will join Michigan, North Carolina, […]

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March 12th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

How women help Pink Energy’s success

The solar industry is predominantly a male one, with 68 percent of the U.S. solar workforce being men, according to a 2017 U.S. Department of Energy employment report. While Pink Energy has more men than women employed as sales consultants and installers, the women that Pink Energy has hired play an integral part in the […]

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March 11th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

Pink Energy installs solar panels at Bank of America Stadium

This week marked a big moment in the history of our partnership with the Carolina Panthers, as we installed solar panels at the team’s Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., making the Panthers the third pro football franchise to have solar panels installed with help from Pink Energy. Those driving by the stadium won’t […]

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March 8th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

New Study: Coal ash contaminating groundwater

We’ve seen snippets that coal ash ponds across the U.S. are contaminating groundwater. But according to a wide-ranging study of coal ash ponds that are subject to groundwater monitoring, we now see how widespread the issue is. The Environmental Integrity Project and Earthjustice took data made public by power companies, compiled it into a singular […]

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March 5th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia

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