The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented for all of us and the situation we face is changing on a daily basis. Nonetheless, we will persevere. At Standard Solar, we’ve responded to these challenging times by focusing on these essentials while following state and local guidelines:
- immediately ensuring the health and safety of our employees and communities
through telework and social distancing,
- reducing and containing field work,
- continuing optimal monitoring and maintenance of our solar systems to ensure uninterrupted flow of energy.
We strive to conduct our business the same as we always have and are fortunate to have the technology in place that allows us to do so remotely and safely.
Despite supply chain interruptions and project delays which are impacting the solar industry, Standard Solar is forging ahead wherever we can, including providing access to project capital.
Our industry has seen its share of volatility, but it’s importance as a proven economic driver in state and local economies, means it will continue to be vital in the future — providing jobs, energy security and resiliency, and making clean energy affordable and accessible to all.
All of us at Standard Solar remain dedicated to supporting our employees, partners, customers and community through these unprecedented times. Together we can overcome this. In the meantime, our wish is for all to stay safe and healthy.
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