Virginia-based solar company Convert Solar was selected as the installer for Solarize Virginia, managed by the renowned Virginia nonprofit Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP). Solarize programs around the country aim to simplify the process of adopting solar energy by providing a comprehensive platform for education, installation, and ongoing support.
Convert Solar, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, was selected in a highly competitive RFP bidding process further solidifies its position as a trusted industry leader. Convert Solar has emerged as a respected player in the solar energy sector. With a focus solely on the Virginia market, the company takes immense pride in its roots and local operations.
“We are honored to be selected as a trusted partner in the Solarize Virginia program,” said Chad Wilkins, CEO of Convert Solar. “This achievement underscores our commitment to our home state of Virginia and validates our position as a leader in the solar industry. We are excited to work hand-in-hand with Solarize Virginia and provide the residents of Central VA, Richmond, Hampton Roads, and Roanoke areas with reliable, sustainable, and affordable solar solutions.”
The Solarize Virginia initiative serves as a community-based outreach program, offering discounted prices and vetted installers for residents in Central VA, Richmond, Hampton Roads, and Roanoke areas. By streamlining the process and reducing complexity, Solarize Virginia empowers individuals and communities to embrace solar energy as a sustainable and cost-effective alternative.
Convert Solar’s deep local roots, coupled with its national recognition, make it the ideal choice for residents seeking to harness the power of solar energy. With a decade of experience and a track record of successful installations, Convert Solar continues to champion the Virginia market, offering innovative solutions and exceptional customer service.
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