Secure Solar Futures’ staff has grown as two new members join our Solar Education Group to expand our programming in schools.
Educators are touting an innovative apprenticeship program to train solar technicians in Southwest Virginia as a model for the whole state and beyond.
Secure Futures helps a Virginia non-profit, NW Works, go solar, save money on energy and give back to the community.
Reliable power, green jobs, money savings and fighting climate change — all reasons to be thankful for solar power this season. And since schools, hospitals and businesses can get solar for no upfront capital cost, even more people can be thankful for clean energy.
The Secure Futures team sees additional leadership as Ryan McAllister steps up his role to Acting CEO while the Founder, Tony Smith, retains his role as President. Secure Futures Solar has appointed Ryan McAllister to the role of acting Chief Executive Officer effective October 1. McAllister previously served as the company’s Business Development Manager and […]