The name Google is synonymous with excellence and persistence. Just look what they’re doing with Google+ these days after hitting the wall with Buzz and other “Facebooky” apps. Google isn’t just a brand–it’s become a verb (you know, just Google it.) Well, we think it’s time Google become an adjective too. As in, when something is worth supporting, being a part of, acting communally in and with, it ought to be called “Googley.” In with that said, solar energy is certainly Googley!
Several months ago Google announced that it would be investing in the world of solar energy and other emerging renewable energy sources and industries. Well, they have put their money were their big Googley mouth is, and they’ve done it in classic, genius fashion. Here’s how it’s being done, according to a CNN Money Tech article by Steve Hargreaves:
“Google announced another investment in companies selling rooftop solar panels Tuesday, putting $75 million into a fund that solar contractors and designers can draw on to finance solar systems for homeowners.
“Contractors get cheap financing from the fund and pay a commission from each sale.
“Administered by Clean Power Finance, the fund allows installers and designers of solar power systems to offer their customers rooftop solar panels for little or no money down.
“Then, instead of paying an electric bill to the power company, homeowners send a monthly payment to Clean Power Finance who passes the check along to Google.”
So in essence, solar providers like Adair Solar Company in Mesa would be given the opportunity to serve our Arizona homeowners with whatever the newest and best technology would be at the time, pass the best of the most modern solar installations onto you, and stay in business while also helping the macro economy. The homeowner wins, small business wins, big business wins, and the fed is happy with its share of the taxation, which is minimal (it doesn’t need to be much when millions of people are involved in the program!)
We love this idea and can’t wait for it to hit the mainstream. If you’re ready for your cheap solar panel installation in Phoenix, call Adair Solar Company in Mesa today at (480) 827-1162. The price is right and the quality in product in service is second to none after 35 years of rooftop solar installations in Phoenix!