Palmetto’s Clean Energy Marketplace Now Expanded to Arizona

Palmetto has opened its marketplace in Arizona thus serving around 20 states in the country. Palmetto is a fast expanding tech company facilitating the switch to solar energy of thousands of American homeowners through an innovative approach. They offer solutions from start to finish and helping them accomplish their environmental and monetary targets.

Palmetto works to democratize access to clean energy. With a strong belief that renewable energy is a right and not a privilege, their technology, marketplace business model, and mobile application have been simplified to make it easier for homeowners to make the switch to solar energy. They can calculate their utility expenditure by moving to solar, install their systems by working with local technicians according to their requirements and get long-term customer support.

Thanks to Palmetto, homeowners can make educated buying choices as with their easy-to-understand software tools. Ongoing data energy insights will give consumers better knowledge about their long-term energy usage.

Palmetto is a member of a non-profit called Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association (AriSEA) that represents the solar and storage industry, businesses related to solar energy, others expanding in the field of solar and storage tech in the state of Arizona. To ensure public health, safety, and wellbeing by carefully designing, installing, operating, maintaining solar energy and related infrastructure, Palmetto and AriSEA have both pledged to conduct business safely.

About Palmetto

Palmetto has created a clean energy marketplace with technology simplifying and making it more inexpensive for homeowners to get energy from sustainable energy sources like solar. They aim to democratize energy by inspiring and putting the customers in charge of making environmentally responsible choices. They invest in communities to reduce the effects of climate change. Solar Sister and Nature Conservancy are their current partners.



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