Solar City is a national leader in residential, governmental, and institutional solar energy systems. The company recently merged with Tesla to serve their common vision of renewable energy for all. By provide cleaner and cheaper energy to buildings here in the Valley they are incrementally increasing our independence from volatile external sources of energy and increasing the ecological health of our region. When energy consultants attempt to communicate the benefits of rooftop solar they first have to catch people up to the latest technology and ownership plans on top of describing the increased resilience sustainability. Our team of Solutioneers were approached to help facilitate this conversation between energy consultants and homeowners. We envision an interactive multimedia web page that contains intelligible visuals populated with real time data that depicts the local impact of choosing solar here in the Valley. Our mission aligns with Tesla and Solar City, renewable energy for all.
Written by Grant Falvo and the GreenLight Solutions Project Team
Building Tiny Homes & H.O.P.E.
Build Us H.O.P.E. is the outreach and development arm for Singleton Community Services. The founders have a history of advocacy on behalf of the homeless, disabled and mentally ill. They also have experience in providing housing and supportive services within this community. Grass-roots initiatives, such as Build Us H.O.P.E., are looking to create communities with a combination of private, corporate and government resources.
The 2Courtiers is a company that creates “conscious culture” musical festivals. They promote a safe, fun environment for creativity that helps people expand their minds and consciousness. By partnering with 2Courtiers, GreenLight Solutions hopes to make these musical festivals not only a positive experience for the individuals who attend, but also a positive experience for the environment.
Solar Thermix is an innovative company that is revolutionizing the heating/cooling industry and building efficient retrofits for water conservation. They provide sustainable technologies that minimize the amount of electricity required to run your home or business. Not only do they reduce energy use, they can provide immediate monetary savings to customers. By reducing the amount of electricity or water a home, business, or farm needs to operate, it allows customers to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace, while also promoting sustainable and clean alternative energy technologies.