April Showers Bring Electricity Savings


Grow your spring flowers. Shrink your electricity bill. Help Mother Earth.

They say that April showers bring May flowers. Here at Direct Energy Solar, we like to say that April showers bring electricity savings. Why? Take a look outside and observe all of the growth.

Flowers are blooming. Buds are showing up on trees. The grass is greener. You can thank sunshine for that. The sun isn’t only capable of bringing Spring to life, but it can power your business and lower your energy bill as well.

Sunshine. It’s a beautiful thing.

Grow your spring flowers and shrink your electricity bill with solar.

Now more than ever, it’s the perfect time to go solar and not only own your energy future, but own your impact on the planet. There’s nothing better than looking outside and knowing that you are doing your part to help our planet, while saving money in the process.

We want everyone to understand solar energy’s potential. Solar power allows you to take ownership of your energy expenses and energy future. You are harnessing sunshine, a consistent source of power that rises every single day, to take control of your energy costs, lower your operating expenses, and meet your sustainability goals.

By using sunshine as a power source, you are also taking ownership of your impact on our planet and doing your part to help our planet and resources so future generations can enjoy them.

Making a difference for Mother Earth is important to us—the sheer fact that Direct Energy Solar installs solar panels every day proves our commitment to the environment. Helping our customers harness clean energy from the sun makes us—and them—proud, and our employees come to work every day knowing they are making a positive difference.

Direct Energy Solar Earth Day 2017 statistics

While we have just celebrated Earth Day, at Direct Energy Solar, every single day of the year is Earth Day. It can be for you, too, when you switch to solar.

April showers are just about over. Now, it’s on to May and the electricity savings.