PosiGen is a solar company committed to ensuring low-income earners have access to cheap energy, thus saving their utility bills. Its founders saw a disparity between the rich and poor, whose large population was people of color, and decided to bridge the gap. It works with its client’s interests at heart; hence, its solar helps clients save energy. According to PosiGen CEO Thomas Neyhart, by installing solar power, families can access clean energy and improve their living standards. To many, PosiGen has transformed its life by creating employment opportunities. Many of their staff are colored folks and women. It’s a significant source of income for families struggling to make ends meet.
It has steered community development since they offer affordable energy. The renewable energy is not only safe but clean, thus contributing to a reduction in pollution. They have given individuals the power to generate energy at their premises, thus controlling the cost. Besides, it has proven to be an efficient service provider, and those who purchase or lease enjoy after-sale services. PosiGen CEO Thomas Neyhart guarantees low monthly costs with fixed monthly payments. They also maintain and monitor the solar system during the lease period. Solar generation comes with a directional kilowatt meter showing the amount of energy consumed in a household. Since it’s grounded on consumer benefit, they ensure their clients are credited for the amount of power they produce.
Thus they install two-directional kilowatt meters. If the power generated from the solar panels doesn’t meet a home’s demand, then additional energy is derived from the grid, reducing the electricity bill. However, if the power generated exceeds a home demand, the extra is delivered to the grid and exchanged for credits. The credits become handy when energy is low and are used as free electricity—either way, the client benefits by installing solar energy systems. According to PosiGen CEO Thomas Neyhart, the company does not just install solar energy; they run a thorough inspection to identify critical points in energy loss and air leaks. These are factors that make cooling and heating expenses. They push for more than clean energy and reduced bills by ensuring energy independence.