SunEdison in the largest solar energy provider in
Commercial and Government
Setting up and maintaining a solar unite is simplified for the customer for Sun Edison will do the work and only ask the company to pay for the solar energy produced; no upfront capital is required. It makes it an easy choice for it is predictable and straightforward. While the unite is in use, SunEdison will continue with monitoring and service where a customer login page is created for the company to see detailed information on their personal energy system and production.
Commercial/Kohls: Leading by Example
Kohls is serving a leader in using solar power as a long term solution. In September, the first of 63 roof top electrical systems was activated at the Laguna Niguel location in
Government/Department of Energy: Recognizing the Potential
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has called upon SunEdison to develop a solar energy unit at the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in
-Thomas Rainwater, CEO of SunEdison
Energy utility providers are feeling pressure from customers and the Renewable Portfolio Standards to provide a certain amount of solar energy. From building to maintaining, SunEdison makes it simple. Furthermore, SunEdison will also help the utility providers with delivering solar energy to utility’s customers as well as create a system to develop Solar Tariffs.
Xcel Energy: Throwing the Big Switch
SunEdison made it easy. So easy that this solar plant, the largest of its kind, was activated in December of 2007 before its completion date. SunEdison made this possible by financing and building the plant in addition to guaranteeing maintenance. As a significant power provider in