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Dominick Barlow, Owner and Brandon Fuller, Operations Manager are featured in Midlothian Lifestyle Magazine!
Check out some highlights from our interview by Mary Ellin Arch Scarberry, Editor of Midlothian Lifestyle Magazine and a highly satisfied customer, Eric Kothe!
- Sunlight Solar helps homeowners reduce their carbon footprints while also taking an active role in supporting the community; We want our business to be a pillar of the community, to help uplift the community.
- “We make going solar easy, we handle all the permitting. You just sign and save.” Fuller said.
- “We haven’t seen a bill since we put in the system, we’re producing 75 kWh (of solar power) a day.” Said Eric Kothe. – He uses an app to track performance.
- “The tax credit really makes the system seem like a no-brainer,” Kothe said. “It’s worth every penny – and it just makes the house all that much more valuable.”
- Kothe states, “If you can afford your electric bill, you can afford solar, the price is the same.”
- Fuller and Barlow also intend to see Sunlight Solar certified as a B Corporation. “B Corps,” as they are known, are a new kind of business balancing purpose and profit, according to the website bcorporation.net, produced by the nonprofit B Lab, a global organization with offices in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. They are “A community of leaders, driving a global movement of people using business as a force for good,” legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment, according to the site.
- Fuller and Barlow want to be part of the growing B Corp movement. “We feel that businesses have to take a long, hard look at the impact they have on the community,” Fuller said. “We have a responsibility as business owners to do that. We want our business to be a pillar of the community, to help uplift the community.”