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Why Solar Makes Good ‘Cents’ for the U.S. Auto Industry

Whether a dealership is interested in saving money on energy, installing new protective, renewable-powered covering and/or upgrading existing canopies, or demonstrating its commitment to sustainability, the reasons for implementing solar are many and financially beneficial. Here’s more information on why solar makes good ‘cents’ – and why NOW is the time… 1. The cost of…

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2019 Intern Spotlight: A Conversation with Taylor Johnson, Georgia Institute of Technology Class of 2020

Question 1 Mitch: I graduated from Georgia Tech with a BS in electrical engineering a few years ago, so I’m thrilled to have another EE major onboard this summer. What made you apply for Renewvia’s internship program? Taylor: I was looking for an opportunity to work on some real-life engineering problems, specifically those involving the energy industry,…

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The Results Are In! Renewvia’s Clients Reduce or Eliminate Power Bills, Cut Hundreds of Metric Tons of CO2 and Save Millions of Dollars

Renewvia Energy Corporation has once again made Solar Power World magazine’s 2019 Top Solar Contractors list. Ranked by kilowatts (kW) installed in the previous year, there are 415 U.S. solar developers, subcontractors and installers within the utility, commercial and residential markets this year. International projects are not counted, so given Renewvia’s rapidly expanding global footprint,…

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2019 Intern Spotlight: A Conversation between Renewvia President Eric Domescik and Logue Shamburger, University of Georgia Class of 2020

Question 1 Eric:  This is Renewvia’s first Intern Spotlight, and I’m simply thrilled to have you on our team this summer. What made you apply to Renewvia? Logue:  Because you and my dad have been friends since high school, and then became friends with Trey Jarrard in college, everyone in my family has had a…

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Renewvia’s Approach to Expanding Access to Electricity Wins a Spot at the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Two weeks ago, I had the honor of participating in the the ninth Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), co-hosted by the United States and The Netherlands in The Hague. There were around 2,000 of the world’s most innovative entrepreneurs, investors, policy makers and key stakeholders from more than 120 countries, all of whom were working on solutions to…

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Renewvia Pilots and Proves Its Model for Solar Microgrid Development

Last month, we announced that two new solar microgrid facilities were successfully up and running on the Islands of Ndeda and Ringiti in Kenya’s Lake Victoria region. Both were also outfitted with Renewvia Energy’s innovative, new mobile payment platform, which uses M-Pesa and the Commercial Bank of Africa to facilitate the transactions. Here’s how it works:…

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New 11,160 square-foot Roof Installation in Jacksonville, FL

Every day can be Earth Day when you are saving money and reducing your carbon foot print with solar panels. We recently completed a new solar roof installation for this 11,160-square-foot medical office building in Jacksonville, FL. Solar is Florida’s most abundant energy source, although the state lags behind the nation in solar installations. Here…

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Renewvia Kenya Solar Microgrid Construction

Renewvia Microgrid Construction

The Renewvia Energy Kenya Team is finishing installation of the Ringiti Solar Microgrid racking and module installation. Renewvia self performs the installation of the microgrid. The Renewvia Technicians Engineer, Procure and Construct their solar microgrids. Managing transport for microgrids in remote locations, especially islands is not trivial. Conventional commercial transport is mostly not available. Solar…

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