Sparq to offer residential solar solutions in the US Southwest

Sparq's new Residential Solar Service will make it possible for homeowners across the Southwest to save thousands on their utility bills.

CHANDLER, Ariz., Aug. 4, 2014 -- Sparq, Inc (SPARQ), a leader in municipal and utility scale renewable energy, is now offering it's solar energy service to residential customers beginning August 1st, 2014. Sparq's new Residential Solar Service will make it possible for homeowners across the Southwest to save thousands on their utility bills. "When we think about the future of solar and renewable energy, we get excited about bringing this important service to a part of the world we call home," said Don Rodriguez, CEO of Sparq.


Sparq (poweredbysparq.com) has announced that it's existing partnership in the utility market will be expanded with Lightway Green New Energy Co. to provide high-standard solar panels and equipment designed specifically for residential applications. "Having worked with Sparq in the past, we are excited to be a part of their important growth from municipal utility renewable energy and into the residential solar market," said William Sien, Executive General Manager of Lightway. "We look forward to establishing Sparq and Lightway as market leaders in the southwest."

About Sparq, Inc.

Sparq is a leading renewable energy developer for commercial, utilities, government, municipalities and residential. Based in Rio Rancho, New Mexico the company focuses on Arizona and New Mexico distributed-scale projects that are interconnected to existing distribution networks in areas of remote energy availability and high demand.

For inquiries, contact Mike Andrew at mike@poweredbysparq.com

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