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The Pyramid Scheme and Solar

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in News | Comments Off on The Pyramid Scheme and Solar

The Pyramid Scheme and Solar

Synergy presented information about Solar Power in Michigan at an event to celebrate the solar at the The Pyramid Scheme in Grand Rapids MI. The Alliance for Environmental Sustainability and Srinergy are making the solarization of The Pyramid Scheme happen. MI Solar Works Initiative to solarize 6,000 homes and businesses by the end of 2014 is part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s “Race to the Rooftops” national challenge. Solar energy for residents and businesses in Michigan is more viable and affordable than ever. Take it from us! Michigan...

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Working with the Sun

Posted by on Jun 27, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Working with the Sun

C & G Newspapers June 27, 2014 “Prasad Gullapalli, president of Srinergy in Novi, said the technology has caused the price to drop since he started his solar panel business four years ago. ‘Like any technology, it is on that price curve where it is getting pretty aggressive pricing,’ Gullapalli said. ‘A $10,000 system (four years ago), we can put together now for $6,000′.” read article: C & G Newspapers

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Prasad Gullapalli speaks with WGVU’s Shelly Irwin

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Prasad Gullapalli speaks with WGVU’s Shelly Irwin

Srinergy President, Prasad Gullapalli, was interviewed June 23, 2014 by WGVU’s Shelly Irwin on the her radio show segment “Getting Green”—a regular conversation on the station’s Morning Show for an ongoing discussion about green practices and sustainability. This monday’s topic—solar energy in West Michigan.  Listen to the interview and how Srinergy is working to solarize businesses in West Michigan. Here the entire interview—click here...

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Srinergy to work on PACE

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Srinergy to work on PACE

Srinergy to work on PACE

PACE Takes Flight in Michigan
 
Southfield, MI. Lean & Green Michigan announced today the first privately financed Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) project in Michigan.  The project involves over $1,000,000 of improvements to the 1-800-Law-Firm building at 26700 Lahser Road in Southfield.  Over $500,000 will be financed through PACE, an innovative new tool that allows any business to use a property tax assessment to obtain much longer term financing than is otherwise available in the capital markets. 

Andy Levin, the President of...

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Srinergy Showcases Solar at Great Oak Cohousing

Posted by on Jun 2, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Srinergy Showcases Solar at Great Oak Cohousing

Srinergy Showcases Solar at Great Oak Cohousing

Public invited to Open House on May 24  Residents of Great Oak Cohousing in Ann Arbor are recognized for building a strong sense of community through shared resources and civic mindedness. With the recent installation of roof-mounted solar panels on nine of 37 condominiums in this close-knit community, homeowners are also demonstrating their commitment to conserving energy and protecting the environment. “During the past few years, we’ve researched various solar options,” said Elph Morgan, Great Oak resident who was involved in the...

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City of River Rouge Powers Up with Solar

Posted by on Oct 11, 2011 in News | Comments Off on City of River Rouge Powers Up with Solar

City of River Rouge Powers Up with Solar

SRI Energy schedules installation at City Hall DETROIT, Mich. (October 4, 2011) – In the small industrial community of River Rouge, Mich., the City’s administration and departments, including police and fire, all operate out of the City Hall building, located at 10600 West Jefferson Avenue.  Unlike other municipalities, River Rouge’s City Hall is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. “The electric meter is always running,” said River Rouge Mayor Michael Bowdler, who looks forward to the energy savings that the City will...

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Detroit’s Historic Elevator Building goes Solar

Posted by on Jul 25, 2011 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Detroit’s Historic Elevator Building goes Solar

Detroit’s Historic Elevator Building goes Solar

  DETROIT, Mich. July 25, 2011 Built 103 years ago in Detroit’s East Riverfront area, The Elevator Building at 1938 Franklin has undergone a significant transformation over the past few years from an empty, crumbling industrial building to fully leased offices for small businesses. Helping to fulfill the mission of The Elevator Building’s owners, The Detroitist Group, to be environmentally conscientious, SRI Energy of Novi is scheduled to begin installation of solar panels on the south facing roof in August. “We’re continually seeking...

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