President Biden wants the U.S. to generate 45% of its power from solar by 2050. To meet this ambitious goal, his plan will need more than just big solar farms. A local solar-storage plan will be crucial, according to a new computer model.
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The Secure Futures team sees additional leadership as Ryan McAllister steps up his role to Acting CEO while the Founder, Tony Smith, retains his role as President. Secure Futures Solar has appointed Ryan McAllister to the role of acting Chief Executive Officer effective October 1. McAllister previously served as the company’s Business Development Manager and […]
Secure Futures is one of 4 solar providers authorized to offer distributed solar energy with no upfront capital costs in North Carolina. Secure Futures Solar is now approved by the North Carolina Utilities Commission to offer on-site solar with no capital cost to commercial customers around the state. This will allow schools, hospitals, local governments, […]