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SolarTown Awarded HUBZone Certification

March 28, 2012 / Yahoo! News

SolarTown, a supplier of solar energy products, has received certification as a qualified HUBZone small business concern from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

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International Investor Interviews Keith Rosten on Alternative Energies

 July 14, 2011 / International Investor

International Investor prepared a program on "Alternative Energies: Real or Full of Gas?" in which Keith Rosten, the president of SolarTown was interviewed on the prospects for solar energy and other renewable technologies in the global market.

To see the full program, click here.

SolarTown Launches Residential Solar Loan Program

July 19, 2010 / Solar Industry Magazine

SolarTown, a Washington, D.C.-headquartered e-commerce store and community, has introduced a new solar loan program. The company says this program will offer residential customers the opportunity to purchase solar panels with no money down, no payments and no interest for 365 days.

Loan Program Helps Homeowners Go Solar

July 15, 2010 / StreetInsider.com

SolarTown announces 365 day No Payment No Interest loan program for residential customers. Homeowners will no longer have to make a huge advance to purchase their solar energy system. They can simply purchase their solar energy system through SolarTown and defer the payment without interest for one year.

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New Study Shows Huge Potential for Solar in Maryland

March 31, 2010 / Yahoo! News

A new study has concluded that over 450 million square feet of roof space would be suitable for solar panels in the State of Maryland. The space that is available for solar panels would add over 5,000 megawatts of capacity to the State-the equivalent of 10 coal-fired power plants. SolarTown estimates that if solar energy systems on the roof space eligible on these homes were installed, 24% of the residential needs of the State would be met. The release of the study is timed to coincide with the Maryland General Assembly's consideration of House Bill 471 and Senate Bill 277, critical to the growth of the solar industry in Maryland.

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It Takes ‘Green' to Go Green

November 20, 2009 / George Washington University School of Business News

The University Seminar Series on Sustainability and GW's Institute for Corporate Responsibility Environmental Sustainability Program joined the GWSB Department of Finance and Strategic Management and the Department of Public Policy to host a reception and panel discussion on "Sustainable Finance, Strategy and Policy." Panelists included Keith Rosten, president of Solartown.com.

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Green Energy Brief Interviews SolarTown

October 10, 2009 / WTOP 103.5

The sun is shining today -- especially down on the Mall, where the Energy Department's Solar Decathalon is going on. Teams from around the country have built homes -- that run on nothing but solar power. Here's Paul Brandus with your Green Energy Brief.

Thinking about switching to solar power? It's a good way to save energy AND money too. You might want to check out the Solar Decathalon being held down on the Mall. Here's Paul Brandus with your Green Energy Brief

New Solar Website Makes Choosing Renewable Energy Easy

October 03, 2009 / Yahoo! News

Providing an unparalleled combination of easy-to-use online navigation with a wide-ranging list of solar products and educational articles, SolarTown makes it easy for consumers to find what they need to make an informed solar decision -- and they're celebrating the official opening of their Washington, DC office. SolarTown.com, which is now live and accepting online orders, is a fast-growing Internet resource for anyone wishing to produce their own renewable solar energy.

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