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Pink Energy adds Harrisburg to its growing list of offices

August 24th, 2020 | By Roger Kuznia


Western Pennsylvania has been such a great market for Pink Energy that the company is extending its footprint in the state by adding a sales and installation office in Harrisburg, PA!

Pink Energy plans to hire up to 100 people in energy consulting, installation and warehouse positions at its new office located at 3901 Derry St. in Harrisburg, and will be holding open interviews on Wednesday-Friday (Aug. 26-28) for roles in production from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Since 2014, Pennsylvania has increased its clean technology workforce, including those in renewables and energy efficiency, by nearly 60 percent, per a report from Environmental Entrepreneurs, proving there is a growing interest in solar as an investment and career option.

“The statistics around renewable energy in Pennsylvania speak for themselves,” said Jayson Waller, CEO, Pink Energy. “Residents across the state have made it loud and clear there is a strong appetite for renewable energy, and we’re committed to helping these families achieve energy independence while also offering lasting career opportunities for hard-working Pennsylvanians.”

The value of solar for residents in Harrisburg, PA, and beyond

The average cost for residential power in Pennsylvania is 14 cents, which is 6.5 percent higher than the national average. Pink Energy can help customers produce their own solar power, maintain a consistent monthly energy payment, and avoid the full brunt of regular utility rate increases. Solar panels are financed for roughly the same cost as an electric bill, and no down payment is needed. Once the financing ends, so does the payment for solar energy, essentially allowing customers to “own their power.”

Over the past decade, the cost of installing solar panels has dropped by more than 70 percent due to lower equipment costs and various government tax incentives, including a federal solar tax credit of 30 percent on newly-installed solar systems through the end of 2032. Pennsylvania is one of many states that supports net metering, allowing consumers to sell their excess energy back to participating utility companies at the retail rate.

Pink Energy installed solar panels for the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in 2020 at Heinz Field, and has more than 1,200 employees across its 10-state footprint. The office in Harrisburg marks the 17th sales and/or production office across Pink Energy’s territory.

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