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Solar CrowdSource Launches First Solar Energy Program of Its Kind

Posted by: Karina Antenucci

 

Welcome to Solar CrowdSource. We are a community-based platform and service company that enables government, schools, utilities, faith-based organizations, and other nonprofits to run campaigns for solarize, community solar, and crowdfunding campaigns. For little to no upfront cost to the community, our campaigns include a full service campaign page, customized email workflows, data management, and campaign analytics to help make your campaign a success.

Our value proposition is to reduce customer acquisition costs and other soft costs through successful and proven programs designed to leverage the power of the crowd. This saves solar installation companies money and the savings are passed on to the community. Our team consists of solar, marketing and legal professionals that know the solar and regulatory environment in Georgia and we look forward to helping your community reach its sustainability goals safely and effectively.

Thank you for visiting our site and please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Sunny regards,

Don Moreland

 

 

               

New Web-based Platform Brings Solar Campaign Opportunities Together Under One Umbrella

Atlanta – August 18, 2015 – Through its easy-to-use online platform, Solar CrowdSource gives users access to more affordable alternative energy with three unique solar energy programs. Specializing in providing solar crowdsourcing opportunities for local governments, utilities, communities and individuals alike, the first comprehensive solar platform of its kind in the U.S. brings together Community Solar, Solarize and Crowdfunding programs in one place for Georgians to go in on the cost of solar together. The results are lower electric bills, greener communities and smart investments.

 

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Solar Energy Predictions for 2016

Posted by: Karina Antenucci

Did you know that solar energy is the fastest growing source of renewable energy in the U.S.? It's true, and there's good reason for that — our communities need it! In this blog, we've pulled together some fantastic solar energy predictions for 2016 from various solar energy experts. 

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), for example, put out a forecast that predicts the solar market will grow 25 to 50 percent in all U.S. sectors by 2016. That's great news, right? Check out their video on how solar has grown over the last decade in the U.S.:

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