ROCKLIN, Calif. — Coldwell Solar has announced that recent client power bill reductions, tax credits, and investment returns will exceed their projected milestone of $500 million.

With over $70 million in commercial sales for 2015 in addition to 3 new public utility projects worth $85 million, current clients will experience a significant ROI impact over the next 25 years.

CEO Dave Hood is not only excited about the achievement, but also proud of what the company accomplishes for clients.

“Each day, our employees share a continued pursuit in helping businesses harness the power of solar energy to meet their operational requirements. We’re ecstatic about accomplishing our latest goal; helping clients realize that next generation photovoltaic technology is already breaking theoretical boundaries while improving cost savings.” Hood, a 30-year veteran in construction and development, works with his team to provide expertise across a wide range of industries. “From agriculture to large scale manufacturing facilities, you can’t help but feel a sense of pride in helping clients reduce their costs while decreasing or even totally eliminating their energy consumption.”

Coldwell Solar continues to focus on core business policies, customer satisfaction, and a continued pursuit for innovation in the solar power industry. In order to accommodate demand, the company recently announced the purchase of a 23,000-square-foot headquarters in Rocklin, CA that will broaden their business capabilities. Additional California offices have already been established in Petaluma, Visalia, Bakersfield, and Burbank. The move not only helps Coldwell Solar expand operations, but also provides a level of consultative service specific for each client’s industry.

About Coldwell Solar

Combining seasoned expertise with the latest advancements in solar technology for business, agribusiness, farming, utilities, education, manufacturing, and government projects, Coldwell Solar yields significant economic, environmental, and public relations expertise for clients interested in renewable resources.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has 8+ years of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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