What do you hope to achieve on this month’s Solar Tour?
More or less, the solar tour this month is an extension of the Solarize Middle GA program, and because there is a low concentration of people in the middle Georgia area, we hope to provide more workshops to educate home and business owners on the cost benefits and overall benefits of solar energy. Our goal is to educate, provide solar industry insights and create new ways of powering homes through using a Sustainable resource like solar energy in the middle GA region.
Our team is growing rapidly. What do you have to say to future employees of Creative Solar USA?
Now’s the time to be excited to join the solar industry. Creative Solar USA has created a sustainable and growing platform that advocates for internal promotions to take place before external hires are made. The benefits of healthcare and a 401K that you’ll soon enjoy are supplied for our talented team to help ensure that those who are passionate and committed to the solar industry are taken care of. We cannot wait to welcome you to one of the coolest solar teams around!
We recently hired Rob Blatecky as VP-Chief of Revenue. Can you tell us a little more about his role and what he will be providing for CSUSA?
Rob is going to help with the outward expansion and growth of the company in our residential market but will also help take on some of the internal responsibilities as well – like supporting operations and helping mitigate cost overruns, so we can provide even better service for our customers down the road and help sustain the great quality workmanship program that we’ve already implemented.
How are sales looking for end of Q1? Are we on track to meet our goals?
We are! We have already had a better quarter than last year by 25% and are expecting an even bigger lift in Q2. Although we’re on track for more growth in Q3, there is a concern regarding the solar panel supply chain shortage. If you’re planning on undergoing a commercial project in Q2, Q3 and Q4, you may face delays and difficulty in getting materials. Panel prices have gone up because of high demand, so naturally, solar pricing may also rise too. However, we feel that because of our long-term relationships with our suppliers, this shortage should not affect our customer base as harshly.