Solar Energy World Launches the S.U.N Report

Maryland-based Company Launches New Website & Blog to Educate Consumers About Solar Energy

January 6, 2014 – Elkridge, MD –Today Solar Energy World announces the launch of their new educational blog The S.U.N. Report (www.SunReport.us) as a component of their new website, www.SolarEworld.com.


The company's entire web presence has been redeveloped and reformulated from the ground up.
The website was redesigned to answer two core questions regarding solar energy: "Why Solar Energy?" and "How does Solar Energy Work?"

The S.U.N Report blog goes deeper into the issues of solar energy, addressing innovation in solar, tax incentives, and updates in policy that impact the solar industry and energy consumers.

"We are excited to present these new resources to our customers as well as the solar curious' in Maryland. We have deep solar expertise and the blog and our new website gives us an outlet for sharing what we know in a way that will benefit business owners, homeowners and the solar community." said Laureen Peck, Vice President of Marketing for Solar Energy World.

Solar Energy World is the region's premiere provider of solar energy services for business and residential customers. As a provider of solar system design and installation, consulting, and energy audit services, Solar Energy World reduces the overall carbon footprint of the buildings where services are provided. With over 1,000 solar installations since 2009, Solar Energy World is the fastest-growing, independently-owned and operated solar company in the Maryland/DC metro area.

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