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Coastal Solar adding new line of products

POSTED: March 20, 2017 7:00 p.m.
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Clay Sikes is CEO of Coastal Solar.

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Coastal Solar, an energy and financial solutions company serving the Southeast, has agreed to become a SunPower commercial dealer, joining a network of companies that sell, install and service SunPower products.

SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR) is one of the nation’s top providers of solar solutions and services.

"We are proud to be part of an elite group of companies that SunPower uses to install their products," said Clay Sikes, CEO of Coastal Solar. "We know that SunPower carefully selects dealers based on exceptional customer service, premier system design, installation practices, expert solar knowledge and leadership."

SunPower commercial dealers handle every step of the solar process for customers including system design, installation, and maintenance, as well as financing approach, permitting, and rebate processing. SunPower dealers also complete regular, in-depth training on SunPower products and services ensuring SunPower systems provide lasting value to customers.

Keith Freeman, chief designer and project manager for Coastal Solar, said SunPower’s products will bring even higher quality to customers.

"SunPower’s vertically integrated commercial PV system design offers not only a more efficient PV system, but a streamlined installation as well. With the most efficient PV modules on the market today, SunPower and Coastal Solar can now offer the highest capacity PV system in the smallest footprint possible — a real plus for our commercial customers."

Sikes helped establish Coastal Solar in 2013. The company now claims Savannah as its base, though it is still a division of The Sikes Group. The Sikes Group has dealt in real estate, real estate marketing, land acquisition and development, commercial development and their related services with over 46 years of experience. For more information visit

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