The CleanTech Alliance is conducting a series of member profiles to highlight our new and renewing members.
Our second profile is on Sphere Solar. We interviewed Mia Dayven about what Sphere Solar is looking forward to about their CleanTech Alliance membership.
Q: Tell us a little bit about your company and what you’re currently working on.
A: Sphere Solar Energy specializes in residential and commercial installations of solar PV systems, battery storage, and EV charging. Our objective is to provide comprehensive best practice green energy solar solutions for our customers. We are committed to providing high quality, turnkey electrical and solar solutions.
- High quality workmanship for each solar system
- Flexible, talented, diverse, and dedicated team to design and install each client tailored system
- Calculating estimated solar system energy yields to demonstrate value, savings and return on investment.
Current projects to highlight include installations for the Shiloh Baptist Church, El Centro de la Raza, and the Mary M Knight school district.
Q: What was the biggest benefit of joining the CleanTech Alliance for your organization?
A: A big factor was the networking opportunity, and increased accessibility to industry events.
Q: What are you looking forward to in 2021 for your organization?
A: This year we are excited to install solar on key community buildings, offer educational workshops to the public, and help make solar energy an accessible and resilient energy option for homeowners and businesses alike.
Q: Do you have any policy priorities/legislation you want the CleanTech Alliance to monitor?
A: SB 5126 Climate Commitment Act
Q: Are you planning on attending any CleanTech networking events or committee meetings? If so, which ones?
A: To be decided