SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - April 28, 2016
AllEarth Renewables has become the newest member of the nation’s largest state solar power trade association, the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA).
“We are proud to have AllEarth Renewables join CALSEIA to support its mission of expanding the use of clean, solar technologies throughout the state. CALSEIA members are recognized as being true leaders in the California market as they promote high standards within the industry and advocate fair policies for solar consumers. We look forward to working closely with AllEarth Renewables in continuing this work,” says Bernadette Del Chiaro, Executive Director of CALSEIA.
AllEarth Renewables, headquartered in Williston, Vt., manufactures the AllEarth Solar Tracker, a dual-axis solar tracker that uses innovative GPS and wireless technology to follow the sun throughout the day, producing up to 45 percent more energy than rooftop solar. The company has manufactured and installed over 4,000 solar tracker systems to date. Among its product awards, the dual axis tracker was named a “Top-10 Green Product” by BuildingGreenmagazine and “Top Product of the Year” by Solar Power World. The company’s ground-mounted, pre-engineered solar trackers are designed for residential and commercial-scale installations.
"We are excited to be joining CALSEIA and helping to grow the biggest solar market in the United States. California is leading the way for solar, and we are thrilled to be working with other dedicated businesses to promote the industry, develop policies, and expand the use of solar technologies throughout the state," says AllEarth Renewables president and CEO David Blittersdorf.
AllEarth Renewables joins CALSEIA after being carefully vetted and approved through the association’s application process, which ensures member companies adhere to industry best practices.
Founded in 1977, CALSEIA, the California Solar Energy Industries Association, represents manufacturers, installers, financers, and distributors of solar panels and related components and technologies throughout the state.