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Solar installer Freedom Forever takes its training mobile with EdApp

Solar installer Freedom Forever takes its training mobile with EdApp

September 15, 2020 at 9:54 am 0 comments

Freedom Forever — a pioneer of the 25-year solar energy production guarantee — is one of the fastest-growing solar contractors in the country, now with almost 30 departments and over 60 crews nationwide. They have made the Inc. 500 list for three consecutive years. All of that growth brings new territory, moreRead More

Freedom Forever expands its 25-year residential solar production guarantee to Illinois

Freedom Forever expands its 25-year residential solar production guarantee to Illinois

March 27, 2019 at 10:00 am Comments are Disabled

Fast-growing residential solar energy installer Freedom Forever announced its latest market for expansion: Illinois. Founded in 2011, Freedom Forever currently serves customers in California, Arizona, Colorado and Nevada. Illinois was selected due to the state’s recent commitments to renewable energy — promising to hit an ambitious target of producing 25 percentRead More

Five predictions for the U.S. residential solar market via Freedom Forever

Five predictions for the U.S. residential solar market via Freedom Forever

January 3, 2019 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

Freedom Forever is one of the fastest growing residential solar finance and installation companies. The Temecula, California-based company doubled its revenues in 2018 (topping the $100 million mark), and has installed 26 MW on more than 10,000 homes in California, Arizona and Nevada in 2018 to date. They must beRead More

Freedom Forever expands its residential solar services (and 25-year power guarantee) to Colorado

Freedom Forever expands its residential solar services (and 25-year power guarantee) to Colorado

November 14, 2018 at 12:59 pm Comments are Disabled

Residential solar energy installer Freedom Forever is expanding into Colorado. Currently serving customers in California, Arizona and Nevada, the company says it selected Colorado as its next market because of the large growth potential for solar energy in that state, due to its climate and solar-friendly regulatory environment. With solar energyRead More