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The San Felasco Tech City (a new community development in Alachua, FL) announces Power Production Management, Inc (PPM) as the contractor of choice to power the development with renewable solar energy.
PPM scores 4th out of 100 for 2017 Gator 100.
Investing in solar energy sounds like a great idea when it’s sunny, but what about when it’s not? What happens during a hurricane? Can you still have power when the power lines go down?
This 36.3 kW residential system is bigger than some commercial projects.
Once someone decides to get solar power installed for their homes, they have to start thinking about the different ways it can become part of their home. Understanding the major differences, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of installing ground mount or roof mount solar panels can mean that you solve a lot of problems before they happen.
PPM is committed to empowering children through Youth Combine, an after-school fitness program. PPM donates a percentage of all sales to Youth Combine.
Alachua County residents can now save even more by going solar.
We explain some of the major differences between owning and leasing solar equipment.
Power Production Management turned eight years old in February of 2017. To celebrate, we tell the story of PPM's first customers - Bill and Delia Bright!
Check out this story about a lucky couple that won PPM's raffle for a 70" TV and Solar party! ☼
Power Production Management brings its expertise to the Palmetto State.
Super Bowl LI was arguably the greatest football game in Super Bowl history, complete with a come-from-behind overtime win, stellar halftime show and...solar power. A growing trend among newer stadiums in the NFL, most people didn’t realize solar energy helped power NRG Stadium during Super Bowl LI.
Solar Photovoltaic (PV), or otherwise known as solar electric systems are becoming mainstream, and by now we have all most likely seen a few in our town or neighborhood.
With its new Solar Youth Initiative, Power Production Management will donate money from every solar photovoltaic (PV) system they complete to Youth Combine, a non-profit youth health and wellness organization based in Gainesville, Florida. Each donation will sponsor a child for 1.5 months of activities with Youth Combine.