PPM UNANIMOUSLY SELECTED AS ALACHUA COUNTY SOLAR CO-OP INSTALLER

Gainesville, Fla.--Power Production Management is proud to take on the Solar Co-op project to bring beautiful cost-saving solar systems to Alachua County residents! PPM took to the ground running in educating Alachua's residents on the immense benefits of switching to solar energy as people signed up one after another in excitement for the opportunity.

“When we started in the industry 10 years ago, our dream was to dramatically improve the end user experience and quality of solar installations. We are ecstatic to be presented the opportunity to implement our skills on a large scale,” said Alex Khokhlov, PPM co-owner and director.

"I am excited about supporting the Alachua County Solar Co-op (selection committee) to increase the number of residents in Alachua County having access to affordable, quality solar energy," said Suzanne Wynn, Co-op selection committee member.

How do homeowners sign up?

Alachua County residents are eligible to sign up at the co-op website until July 28. There is no commitment to purchase the panels by signing up, but it does guarantee the co-op member rate from PPM.

How much does it cost?

It depends on your energy needs and square footage of available roof or ground space. PPM will provide an individualized proposal for each co-op member based on their

particular project location and energy needs. Everyone is eligible for a 30% federal tax credit and by becoming a co-op member you can expect to save, on average, an additional 20% of the upfront cost of your system.

“This is a huge opportunity for Alachua County residents to save thousands of dollars on upfront costs and consequently experience an even faster return on their solar investment,” explained Jason Gonos, PPM co-owner and director. “By joining the Co-op, homeowners will have a chance to accelerate their return on investment by 20-30% compared to a standalone solar PV system purchased at market price. This allows our customers to combine their buying power to substantially drive down the costs of installation.”