The most relied upon type of energy comes from fossil fuels. Unfortunately, fossil fuels are also the least sustainable. Not only are we running out, we are also polluting our environment. We are projected to run out of oil by the year 2055 (When Will We Run Out Of Fossil Fuels?) and “fossil fuels are the primary source of about 375 billion tons of carbon that has been released into the atmosphere since the industrial era began in 1750” (Gerken). There is a desperate need for an alternative, more sustainable form of energy to replace the fossil fuels. Envision Solar, the world’s leader in solar energy, has developed their new Solar Trees to make solar energy more efficient and more affordable in an attempt to solve the current energy
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One major advantage Envision Solar has over its competitors is that it takes advantage of their “Drag & Drop Infrastructure” to reduce installment time and increase the quality of their product. Pre-engineered sections are delivered to the customer’s site as part of a complete kit, which includes everything that is needed to install Envision Solar’s signature tracking solar tree structure. This design allows them “to get in and out of customer premises with the least amount of disruption” (Envision Solar Announces Major Technology Advancement). The president and CEO of Envision Solar stated that “our customers get the value of the Solar Tree® structures right away and the speed of deployment helps them get the tax incentives faster too” (Envision Solar Announces Major Technology Advancement).
Envision Solar has recently partnered with Horizon Energy Group, the leader and most respected microgrid strategic consultant in the world. Horizon Energy Group has many connections to major utilities and campus owners who are currently the primary target customers for Envision Solar. This teaming will guarantee that both companies can provide the best product to their customers (Envision Solar and Horizon Energy Group).
Solar panels are the best-known substitute for fossil fuels. They are clean, reliable, and now can be built virtually anywhere. On average, solar panels produce about 30 times less carbon dioxide than the amount produced