Making Sense of Solar
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Solar photovoltaic (solar PV) technology has been available for decades, so why are businesses starting to adopt solar at such a rapid rate now? There are several compelling reasons why commercial and industrial operations experience such noticeable benefit from choosing solar energy to power their facilities.
"As a fourth-generation family business, we look at the long term. Capital investments like solar are good for business. We are increasing efficiency and reducing costs in the supply chain, and most importantly, we are taking the initiative to protect our environment."
Kyle Nothem, President
Glacier Transit and Storage
Research from the Conference Board found that aggregate revenues from sustainable products and services climbed 91 percent over a three-year period, while overall sales grew just 15 percent among a sample of S&P Global 100 companies.
"This project is special because we're not telling others how we're sustainable, we're showing it."
David Young, Senior Manager
A 2018 Futerra survey of over 1,000 consumers in the United States and UK showed that 88% of respondents would like brands to help them be more environmentally friendly and ethical in their daily lives.
"American Family’s competitive position is strengthened through a solid energy and carbon emissions strategy that improves expense efficiency, mitigates risk, fosters engagement in the community and supports our brand promise. Our solar installation is an example of the steps we are taking to fulfill our commitment."
Sean Hyland, Facilities Program Administrator
American Family Insurance