Vadim Polikov founded #2 Astrum Solar to fill a simple need: give homeowners access to solar-powered energy.
The latest trend in solar power is leasing panels to save money over and above utility cost benefits.
Astrum Solar President Vadim Polikov on the factors driving the solar company’s huge growth.
The Eagans are powering their home with solar energy. They decided to go green because it helps the environment and saves them money.
The Solarize Newtown initiative was a success, said Sustainable Energy Commission chairman Kathy Quinn.
The town has partnered with Astrum Solar, a Maryland company that operates locally out of Hopkinton and that is providing free site evaluations.
The 10-week program ended Feb. 11. Town Manager Richard J. Johnson said the 38 contracts were twice as many solar installations as the town has seen in the last seven years combined. As more contracts were signed, the price for everyone's system went down.
For Bedford residents or small businesses that already are interested in — or want to learn more about — purchasing or leasing solar photovoltaic systems at lower-than-market prices, the next step in Bedford’s program with Solarize Mass is to meet the installer.
Since the recent launch of Solarize Stamford, 10 city residents have used the program to save money on their electric bills and reduce their carbon footprint, and the interest in solar is growing...
Sandy Roskes, EVP and Chief Sales Officer at Astrum Solar, joined The Paul Wescott Show on WTAG to discuss the attractive economics of going solar in Massachusetts. Listen to the interview from February 18, 2014.
Aside from reducing electricity costs, the Rev. Barry Lewis of Aleppo found out there are incentives for installing solar panels.