Simple ways to celebrate Earth Day 2017!

Celebrate Earth Day 2017 with Direct Energy Solar! Here are some meaningful ways that you can make a difference on April 22 and throughout the entire year at both your home and workplace.   1.) Give your car a break. Conserve your gasoline and limit your emissions for a day. Walk, run or ride a … Continue reading “Simple ways to celebrate Earth Day 2017!”

Direct Energy Solar and Habitat for Humanity Team Up to Power the American Dream

It just got a little sunnier in Gaithersburg, Maryland. On April 18, 2016, a family of five “flipped the switch” to turn on the solar system that will help power their home with clean, renewable energy for decades to come. The home, which was renovated and provided by Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland, has been … Continue reading “Direct Energy Solar and Habitat for Humanity Team Up to Power the American Dream”

Direct Energy Solar Treats Patients at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center to Halloween Fun

In light of #GivingTuesday this week, we want to share with you a recent story of giving back to our community. A Halloween spread of candy, snacks and various toys awaited hundreds of pediatric patients in areas of the John’s Hopkins Children’s Center on Friday, October 30th. They came on foot, in wagons and wheelchairs … Continue reading “Direct Energy Solar Treats Patients at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center to Halloween Fun”

A First of Its Kind in Washington, DC

On May 14, 2015—a bright, spring day—a crowd of developers, commercial real estate leaders and those who work in the environmental industry gathered on the rooftop of a prestigious office building in Washington, DC. They were here to see a first of its kind solar photovoltaic (PV) system in action. Direct Energy Solar designed and … Continue reading “A First of Its Kind in Washington, DC”

Peer Pressure for Solar Energy

Can peer pressure really affect buying patterns when it comes to solar? The answer is an astounding yes. Research published in the Journal of Economic Geography by University of Connecticut’s Marcello Graziano and Yale’s Kenneth Gillingham has shown that someone is almost 50% more likely to go solar if their close neighbor has solar panels … Continue reading “Peer Pressure for Solar Energy”