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Toledo Solar Partners with SEDC Solar

Toledo Solar, the American manufacturer, and leader in the most innovative, durable, and powerful solar panels and glass, has partnered with SEDC Solar. This is a pioneer in socially progressive Community Solar. It will bring Toledo Solar energy and products to homes, churches, and businesses in America.

SEDC Solar is committed to implementing Toledo Solar panels due to the growing industry demand in the country. The data shows that the solar industry invested only in 2021 104 million dollars in Washington D.C. Thus, we can conclude that there is a remarkable and constant growth, which paints a bright picture for solar energy.

However, challenges are also expected, as there are constraints in the supply chain, thus hindering the availability of products.

Other obstacles in the market are global shipping restrictions, which increase the price of solar panels. However, Toledo Solar produces cadmium telluride solar panels manufactured directly in the United States. Thanks to this, the company can offer high-quality products ethically that meet the market’s needs.

“We are proud to provide the best American-made solar panel products and installation services available to the D.C. area by partnering with SEDC Solar,” said Aaron Bates, the founder and CEO of Toledo Solar. “We look forward to serving the D.C. market as an extension of SEDC Solar, as they are already making a strong impact providing solar energy to the consumer for free.”

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“SEDC Solar is a vehicle for people to Do Well and Do Good at the same time.  There is a true opportunity to make those that historically have been last in receiving benefits to become first.  These benefits include lower utility costs, lower carbon footprint, and an opportunity to provide job training and jobs for local residents at no costs.” Said Thomas Jones, manager of SEDC Solar.

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