MOXIE Makes the 2018 Inc 5000

MOXIE Makes the 2018 Inc 5000

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MOXIE celebrates another incredible year by once again ranking on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. Thanks to the entire #MoxieMachine for their dedication!  "Dear Moxie Solar, Congratulations! Moxie Solar has earned the rank of 1163 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This achievement puts you in rarefied company. The elite group you've now joined has, over the years, included companies such as Microsoft, Timberland, Vizio, Intuit, Chobani, Oracle, and Zappos.com." JOIN THE DISCUSSION ON FACEBOOK. VISIT THE MOXIE SOLAR'S INC 5000 PROFILE.
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Moxie Ranked as a Top Solar Contractor

Moxie Ranked as a Top Solar Contractor

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Solar Power World, the leading solar publication covering technology, development and installation, publishes the Top Solar Contractors list annually. The list includes hundreds of solar contractors and developers in the United States, listed and categorized by state/territory, service and market. The list includes solar PV companies that provide the following services: EPC contracting, development, construction/installation, electrical work and/or rooftop-specific installations. Companies can do work in any market segment, including utility, commercial, residential and off-grid. Companies must be headquartered in the United States. Companies choose their primary market and primary service. That does not mean they only work in these areas. They could work across all markets and all services, and their listed kilowatts reflect their cumulative installation numbers from the last year in all markets, services and states.  (VIEW THE MOXIE SOLAR CONTRACTOR PROFILE AT SOLAR…
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Moxie helps to Solarize Johnson County

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Solarize Johnson County is a group purchasing program for residential solar. Offered by Johnson County, six partner cities, and the Midwest Renewable Energy Association, homeowners throughout Johnson County and West Branch, Iowa may participate in this program to pool their buying power and secure significant discounts that make installing solar more affordable. The key ingredient for most participants is the pricing for the group buy. The competitive installer selection process ensures the program achieves a price per watt lower than what any individual would generally be able to get on the market. In addition, the price decreases for everyone in the group buy when certain benchmarks are surpassed. Pricing offered through the Solarize Johnson County Solar Group Buy is not guaranteed to be the least expensive rate for all solar arrays. Larger solar arrays may be able to achieve…
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RSF Survivorship Trail Challenge 2018

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The Red Shamrock Foundation is holding their annual Survivorship Trail Challenge on April 7th, and Moxie will be there! Come out to Hickory Hill park in Iowa City for a day of sunshine, excersize, and fun for a great cause. Be sure to sign up for the race here or visit the Facebook event page for more information! This is NOT your ordinary road race. The race is approximately 5K of hilly trail miles through Hickory Hill Park. Start and finish will be on the Regina track. This is a very challenging and scenic cross country course. Expect steep hills, rocks, overhanging trees, creeks, mud, stumps, and tall grass! The Survivorship Challenge is also part of the No Coast Trail Series, a group of 9 trail races in Central and Eastern Iowa…
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Moxie Solar meets with State Representative Art Staed

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Today CEO Jenn Hall and President Jason Hall met with a State Representative from Iowa House District 66 in Cedar Rapids. Art Staed stopped by Moxie Solar to talk about the future of solar energy in Iowa.  Art had this to say: "The Halls are concerned about current policy and budget legislation that would remove solar tax credits and other energy-saving incentives while placing barriers on grid connection, including flat monthly rates. Moxie Solar's request, “We just need things to remain ‘status quo’.”  I agree with the Halls, and not just because solar is better for the environment than fossil fuels - which it certainly is - but it's fiscally sound. Economically, Iowa can’t afford to risk losing hundreds of good-paying solar energy jobs. Solar energy tax credits pay for…
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Iowa solar advocates fear proposals would stunt industry growth

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The Gazette wrote a great article about Solar concerns in Iowa. They also took a few pictures with the Moxie Solar Crew! Here's what they had to say: "Jobs related to solar energy are on the rise in Iowa, bucking a national trend. But those job gains and the burgeoning solar industry in Iowa could be undone by proposals under consideration in the state and federal governments, solar energy advocates say. There were more than 800 solar energy jobs in Iowa in 2017, a 45 percent increase over the previous year, according to the latest National Solar Jobs Census, published recently by The Solar Foundation, a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that advocates for solar energy. The growth of solar jobs in Iowa stands in contrast to the national picture: Solar jobs…
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Moxie Solar Now a National Player

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The Chicago News Journal released a small write up of Moxie Solar's meteoric rise in the solar power market. Follow the link below to read the whole article. Remember, go green and save some green, with Moxie Solar! "On Aug 16th, it was announced that Moxie Solar placed #823 on INC 5000's Fastest Growing Company list for this year, increasing revenues by 550.41% over a three- year period. This is the 4th overall fastest growing company in the state of Iowa, and the 17th fastest growing solar company nationwide. This recognition comes on the heels of the company's 1st and 2nd place awards in Eastern Iowa's Corridor Business Journal's Fastest Growing Companies lists in the last two consecutive years." READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE!
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Johnson County adding to solar grid

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Mitchell Schmidt, from The Gazette, wrote up a wonderful article detailing all the work Moxie Solar is working on for Johnson County, Iowa. Be sure to check out Moxie Solar for all of your residential, commercial, and industrial power needs. Click below to read the full article. "Johnson County continues to add to its growing network of solar arrays — this time atop the county’s new Ambulance Services building on South Dubuque Street. Johnson County construction manager Michael Kennedy said, once final touches on the ambulance services and medical examiner building are complete in a week or so, work will begin to add solar panels to the building’s roof. “We’ll begin right away,” he said. Work continues on the Johnson County Ambulance Service and Medical Examiner Facility in Iowa City…
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Going totally solar — a business decision

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Moxie Solar employees continue to install the hundreds of solar panels needed to operate Millennium Surfaces granite facility. The Ottumwa Courier was kind enough to write a great article detailing the process. Click the link at the bottom of the page to check out the full article. Make sure to check out Moxie Solar for all of your residential, commercial and agricultural power needs! "Brian Brown is taking control of his business. Not what goes on inside — he’s already got that. But 300 solar panels added to his roof make utility company rate hikes irrelevant. “Two weeks after I decided to go solar, Alliant announced its 10 percent rate hike. I didn’t even care,” said Brown, who owns Millennium Surfaces in Ottumwa. The announcement validated his decision to take his…
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Former Hawkeye Vandervelde shines with solar company

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The Quad City Times wrote a great article about a valuable new member to the Moxie Solar team. Be sure to click the link below to check out the full story. Contact Moxie Solar today for your solar power needs! Former Iowa Hawkeye and NFL player Julian Vandervelde is harnessing the skills he learned on the football field to help promote the power of the sun as he takes on his new role as Moxie Solar's market president in the Quad-Cities. The All-Big Ten left guard for the Hawkeyes enjoyed a five-year NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles before he returned home for the next chapter of his career. After a few months in the financial industry, including a stint at Northwestern Mutual, he was recruited by Moxie CEO Jason…
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