Another intention of MAPs is to encourage stores to get sales based on quality customer service, good product descriptions and websites, and sound business practices as opposed to pure price slashing. Stores that ignore MAPS cheat on the manufacturer. Why would they treat you any better?
We’ve updated our site to reflect new product selections and prices for Gama Sonic Solar Lamps and Solar Lamp Posts to reflect 2013 product selections and new prices, as well as our handy reference guide to help you determine which one is best for you.
While prices rose for a few products, many prices dropped due to increased efficiencies in manufacturing. To be frank, given the cost of raw materials used in solar lamps, from the cast aluminum housing, to quality mono crystalline solar panels, to other metals used in circuitry, we had expected price increases across the board.
Recommended blog post: The Solar Industry May Soon Face a Shortage of Skilled Labor, written by Comly Wilson, published on RenewableEnergyWorld.com. November 26, 2012 “The growth of the solar industry may soon face the reality of not having enough skilled workers to satisfy demand, suggests a recent report by The Solar Foundation and the North [...]
Our Note: The bulk of this article, and the first photo, is taken from a HuffingtonPost.com article published on October 16, 2012. In some instances, we have added facts, links and videos that we have found on our own that provide greater more information on what is stated in the article. Article: Energy Facts, And [...]
Campuses across the United States are making big moves to solar technology recently. North and south, coast to coast, there are plenty examples of academic, institutional and commercial/industrial campuses that are making significant investments in solar technology and it’s paying off! Some of the reasons for embracing solar? Along with the variety of solar applications [...]