ESI Green Energy Executive Predicts Solar Influences for 2015

A top ESI executive projects and defines what he believes will be the mainstream solar & alternative energy influences of 2015.

Past trends and influences are often used as definitive guides to formulate expectations of the future. ESI green energy executive Jacob Anderson has done everything he can to improve the efficiency of energy consumption for citizens in California for years with a dedication to the residential sector. Being involved in the energy market for years makes it easier for someone like Jacob's caliber to read between the lines as far as past growth and possible influences go. ESI is happy to announce their predictions for the mainstream solar influences in 2015 that will drive consumers to purchase energy system installations more than ever. Jacob explains, "We have understood the absolute necessity for solar power for years, however now we are beginning to analyze and interpret the influences of why consumers are deciding to go solar."

The cycle of rising renewable energy government policies along with consumer trends has constantly influenced companies to step further into the energy efficiency business model. Big name companies such as Apple and BMW have worked hard to reduce emissions and set examples for their countertops as well as to show customers their strong belief in leaving the world a better place than they found it. Apple has gone as far as investing $55 million into creating the largest solar farm in the states which supplies 17.5 megawatts in a North Carolina property they purchased. According to apple they want to, "Use greener materials, and conserve the resources we all need to thrive." BMW has marched forward in the same direction with several investments in the alternative energy sector including the install of 400 solar modules in North Carolina along with energy efficient carports and rooftop systems in other parts of the world with efforts to majorly reduce their carbon footprint.

Government policies, many which President Barack Obama has backed heavily make it necessary for production companies to use less harmful emissions every year. However Jacob at ESI believes no one will ever influence a business more than its customers' wants and needs. Government policies are great indicators that consumers and companies alike must do something about global warming, however those may come and go. History shows that whatever the consumers want is what the market will provide them with. Thankfully, proper education explains the importance of renewable resources and solar energy through government policies and campaigns, and consumers are now demanding that companies play ball.

The main driving influence of solar energy in 2015 is the consumers according to ESI. The more the consumers demand, the more the companies will do for them. Customers want to feel like they are contributing to the fight against global warming just by simply being a consumer of a particular company. ESI, an energy system installation company believes the major solar influences for 2015 is a repeating cycle which will not end. Jacob explains, "Government policies educate consumers, consumers demand energy efficiency, big companies follow, and in turn influence the consumers once again. The cycle will repeat itself over and over in 2015."

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