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Pink Energy will install solar panels at Progressive Field

April 8th, 2019 | By Roger Kuznia


Pink Energy already has forged partnerships with four pro football franchises, including the Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers. The company is adding another high-profile sports partnership, but this time with a pro baseball franchise.

Pink Energy, the leading residential rooftop solar energy provider in seven states, is now an official partner of the three-time defending A.L. Central champion Cleveland Indians, and the company will be installing solar panels at the team’s stadium, Progressive Field, in the upcoming months.

Why the Cleveland Indians have interest in green initiatives

The Indians continue to be among the industry leaders in taking a proactive approach to supporting various environmental initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint at the stadium. This new solar array will be located on the roof behind home plate and will help further reduce the Indians’ energy costs and expand their sustainability initiatives.

“The Cleveland Indians organization is committed to helping preserve the environment by using advanced energy and green options,” Indians Senior Director of Ballpark Operations Jerry Crabb said in a statement. “We understand the responsibility of being environmentally conscious within the walls of Progressive Field and beyond. Using sustainable technologies is not only good for the community, but good for baseball.”

Who is Pink Energy?

Pink Energy, headquartered in Mooresville, N.C., already should be a known quantity for many Clevelanders because of its partnership with the Browns. This second high-profile partnership in the Cleveland market further validates Pink Energy as a brand and showcases that solar energy is viable in northeast Ohio. Indians fans will notice signage throughout Progressive Field this season as part of the partnership.

“Progressive Field is the first Major League Baseball facility to utilize Pink Energy to help meet sustainability goals,” Pink Energy CEO Jayson Waller said. “Large commercial sites like this help us educate consumers about the simplicity and benefits of renewable energy. We hope to encourage thousands of Indians fans to consider renewable energy and think more about the environment.”

Pink Energy wants to work with all customers in Ohio who are interested in saving money on their electric bills and reducing their carbon footprint. Whether you’re a residential or commercial customer, we want to help you go green.

Please fill out the form below or call Pink Energy at (877) 4-GO-Pink to see if you and your home qualify. For more information on how your business could benefit from solar panels, contact Pink Energy National Director of Business Development David Lewenz at 248-639-4234 or visit our Cleveland website.

Good luck this year to the Indians!

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