Protect Yourself from Power Outages with Solar Battery Backup

Protect Yourself from Power Outages with Solar Battery Backup

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If the power went out in your home today, what would you do? No lights, no internet, no TV, no freezer, and no way to charge your phone. Even opening your garage door becomes a challenge. And that expensive security system you have? Well, let's just say it won't be catching those pesky porch pirates anytime soon. Losing access to usable energy is a situation no one wants to think about, but one that happens quickly and without warning. These days, losing power in your home is more than just an annoying inconvenience – it's something that can cause immediate loss of connection, productivity, money, and even safety for you and your family. Luckily, there's a way to put the power back in your hands and prevent this from ever…
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VERV Auto Sales Charged Up for Opening

VERV Auto Sales Charged Up for Opening

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At MOXIE, we're proud of our role in creating a more sustainable future for our clients and our world. It's what motivated our team of solar power geeks and whiz kids to create VERV, our electric vehicle (EV) sister company. Now, we're excited to announce the formal Grand Opening of VERV with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony that will officially introduce this new electric vehicle sales company to the public. There will also be a variety of electric vehicles on display and all are invited to attend the Grand Opening event on February 11th from 4-6pm at 230 Sugar Creek Lane, North Liberty, Iowa 52317. RSVP FOR THE GRAND OPENING NOW! “One in five people will consider an EV for their next car, and they come in all…
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Solar installers – One of the fastest growing jobs in the nation

Solar installers – One of the fastest growing jobs in the nation

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In the solar industry, North Liberty-based solar company Moxie became one of the state’s early adopters of solar when it began operations in 2008. Company founder Jason Hall said Moxie has grown from seven employees in fewer than five years ago to close to 100 — with the large majority of those employees in Iowa. Hall attributed growth in jobs to the strength of the solar market across the state, which has been driven largely by the falling cost of installing solar arrays. Hall said the cost has dropped from about $8 per watt a decade ago to around $3 per watt. “There’s never been a better time, from an economics point of view, to purchase solar,” he said. Growth in solar has allowed the company to expand into other…
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