Everlight Solar expands in Wisconsin

One of the fastest-growing renewable energy companies in the country, Everlight Solar, is expanding rapidly in the Madison, Wisconsin area.
After establishing themselves in several western states, they have anchored the company’s Midwest hub of operations in Madison as they continue to see growth. This year, nearly 400 Madison homeowners have enrolled in the company’s home solar program that makes it simple for any homeowner to make the move to clean energy.
Since arriving in February of 2019, Everlight Solar has created 18 new jobs in Madison. The company is on a continual hiring spree, with plans to increase employment in the area to over 50 by the end of 2020 to support expansion into surrounding states such as Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, and Indiana.

The company’s entrance into the Madison area has led to a record number of home solar installations. Their fast start is largely attributed to their simple and consumer-friendly approach to solar including easy $0 down financing, 25-year warranties, and responsive local customer support.
“We have found that if we simply focus on providing an amazing customer experience first and foremost, all the other pieces tend to fall into place and good things happen,” said Casey Creech, the Chief Revenue Officer of Everlight Solar, who noted that Everlight Solar is on pace to grow by more than 920% in 2019. “It is remarkable. The company is on an incredible growth trajectory this year, and it should simply accelerate in 2020.”
The President and CEO of Everlight Solar, Will Creech, is a full-time resident of Madison and is committed to building the company the right way in his hometown. “I live here. I bump into our customers at the grocery store all the time. I love to see how much we have grown here in Madison as we have seen the community really embrace the green energy movement in a big way.

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The Clarion Energy Content Team is made up of editors from various publications, including POWERGRID International, Power Engineering, Renewable Energy World, Hydro Review, Smart Energy International, and Power Engineering International. Contact the content lead for this publication at Jennifer.Runyon@ClarionEvents.com.

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