SunEdison joined MDV-SEIA as a Bronze Sponsor for the 7th annual Solar Focus Conference. MDV-SEIA is proud to partner on this event with SunEdison a longtime supporter of the organization’s efforts and an active solar stakeholder in the Mid-Atlantic. We had a chance to catch up with the SunEdison’s team to learn more about the company and their thoughts on East Coast solar.
From Fortune 500 businesses to the house down the street, our customers trust us to provide solar energy services to meet their needs. We use only proven technologies, and we pride ourselves on delivering timely installations and long-term financial benefits to homeowners, businesses, power companies, and public sector institutions. It’s the reason why more than 40% of our commercial and utility customers have more than one SunEdison system installed and over 90% of customers are repeat customers.
The integration of SunEdison and MEMC allows us to leverage 50 years of scientific research and manufacturing expertise to best serve our customers. By bringing the two companies together, we’ve created a virtual vertical manufacturing process that seamlessly integrates with our energy services business. This integration benefits our customers because we have control over quality at every step of the process and we are able to offer predictable forward cost curve visibility to our customers.
For more information, please visit www.sunedison.com.
Founded in 1984, MDV-SEIA represents the interests of photovoltaic and solar thermal developers, financiers, equipment manufacturers, installers, distributors and component suppliers serving Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. Our members design, sell, integrate, install, maintain and finance solar energy equipment for residential, commercial and institutional customers throughout the region.
MDV-SEIA delivers on policy formation and advocacy, market representation, networking, education, and additional benefits to our 100+ members representing more than 2,000 direct jobs in our region. In the last few years, MDV-SEIA’s leadership has resulted in increased state requirements as well as increased penalties for non-compliance, creation of a solar thermal market, improvements to net metering, and game changing gains in the deployment of solar.
For more information, please visit www.mdvseia.org.
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