Points of View
Solar is not just clean energy, it is a sound business decision and a national imperative, as we collectively work to strengthen the economy, the environment, and the defenses of our nation.
Manufacturing jobs began leaving the United States in the aftermath of World War II, first in a trickle of low-technology, low-capital industries symbolized by the old meaning of “Made in Japan.” Beginning in the 1960s, technical manufacturing jobs began leaving, starting with electronics and then in the 1970s moving into heavier, more capital-intensive industries. What began as a trickle has now become a flood, and as manufacturing jobs leave, the design, engineering, finance, marketing, advertising, legal, and administrative jobs that support manufacturing follow. This trend can and must be reversed.
As leaders in our industry, we have a duty to ensure that money coming from customers, taxpayers, and ratepayers is used to maximum effect to strengthen businesses, create jobs, and fuel the economy.
As leaders in our industry, we have a duty to ensure that money coming customers, taxpayers, and ratepayers is used to maximum effect to strengthen businesses, create jobs, and fuel the economy.
Solar Nation is committed to its mission of promoting the common good by being the most cost-effective provider of the most beneficial solar-energy systems. When we accomplish our mission, everyone, except our competitors, is a principal beneficiary.
Commitment To Excellence
The quality of a person and a company is in direct proportion to their commitment to standards of excellence. Solar Nation is resolved to meet the growing need and mandate for solar energy by extending and raising its standards of excellence to become the premier provider of solar-electric systems in the world.