Lighthouse Solar Signs Franchise Partnership Agreement in Oahu, Hawaii

Lighthouse Solar adds another location in Oahu, Hawaii.

Lighthouse Solar, a Boulder, Colo. based solar integration company, has recently

granted a franchise in Oahu, Hawaii. Lighthouse solar and Mark Kelley, its new
franchise partner, see a bright future for solar energy on the island.

Hawaii has set very aggressive goals for meeting a high portion of its energy
demands from renewable energy. Currently, the state derives nearly 90 percent of
its electricity production from fossil fuels. Hawaii does not have these resources on
its islands meaning oil, gas, and coal are shipped in creating higher energy costs and
more of a reason for Hawaii to create its own renewable energy.

Lighthouse Solar developed its franchise program from an integrators perspective.
"Our program was created through years of growing successfully in a competitive
solar energy market," said Tom DeFrancia, Vice President of Lighthouse Solar. "We
have bottled our business model, added training and support staff, and now offer a
complete business opportunity for those looking to enter the sales, design and
installation of solar energy systems."

If you would like more information regarding the Lighthouse Solar Franchise
Program, or to schedule an interview with Tom DeFrancia and Lighthouse please
contact Jena Skivington at 303‐638‐4562 or email her at Jena@lighthousesolar.com.

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