June 29, 2012 — Company sets down roots as it adds new employees and warehouse space
RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading solar electric company, today announced it has secured a new warehouse and will add up to a dozen new jobs on the Big Island by year’s end. RevoluSun recently moved into a 1,800-square-foot warehouse, located at 73-4273 Hulikoa Drive in Kailua-Kona, and plans to expand its current sales force of nine to include new sales people as well as Hawaii Island installation crews.
“We’ve been installing solar systems on the Big Island for two years, but because of increasing demand for our services, we have decided to plant some roots here,” said Eric Carlson, RevoluSun principal. “This will help us improve our levels of service for Big Island customers. We are very excited about growing our division here and furthering our involvement with the Big Island community.”
RevoluSun is Hawaii’s leading solar provider, designing and installing 2,000 photovoltaic projects generating more than 20 MW of energy. Providing the highest quality of service, technology and design in renewable energy, RevoluSun is bringing cleaner, smarter energy to communities, one rooftop at a time. With its extensive network of alternative energy partners and detailed knowledge of federal and state tax incentives, RevoluSun makes renewable solar energy an affordable, attractive option for both homeowners and businesses.
Hawaii-owned RevoluSun offers a free, home energy analysis to its residential clients, which allows for customized systems based on each home’s unique energy needs. RevoluSun also provides a robust community education program aimed at educating homeowners on how solar works and what tax incentives are available through its free solar education series and solar open house programs. For commercial and government projects, RevoluSun is pioneering new models in renewable energy that provide maximum value, expertise and service, while ensuring its client’s structure the best possible business models to take advantage of local renewable energy opportunities.