Solar Power crosses Political Boundaries

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The number of U.S. House Republicans representing districts where there are utility-scale solar facilities increased from a measly 12 in 2008 to 88 in 2016.

All of these politicians will be influenced by the jobs, by the tax revenue and by their conscious. The most interesting aspect of the solar power political game I’ve seen is the ‘Green Tea Party.’ Read about it. You’ll be interested.

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John Weaver
John Fitzgerald Weaver has worked in the Finance and Solar fields since 2005. He is currently employed by Beaumont Solar Co. with a focus on Commercial and Utility Development. John is a hands on salesman, with a strong engineering background who got into solar power because he felt a lack of inspiration in banking:

“Solar power aligned with many needs – my interests (technology), my morals (I think solar is important on multiple species wide levels), my need for growth (there is a lot to learn in this growing industry), and my desire to be part of something important (energy is one of the most important and fundamental – if not the fundamental – of human needs). I chose the Solar Life”

If you have a solar project in mind, you can reach John at 508-990-1757 extension 209

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