In a world filled with uncertainty, you can often feel hopeless on making a positive impact. Rich Joseph and his wife Leslie challenged this daunting feeling with action by installing a solar array in their backyard.
Once they had decided on going solar, the Joseph’s began their search for an installer. While their passion for solar was clear from the start, they had the extra challenge of needing a ground-mounted system. While many solar installers are known for their roof installations, Rich knew their shady roof wouldn’t be a great fit.
After consulting with multiple Massachusetts installers, Rich and Leslie decided on using All Energy Solar. Rich happily proclaims that “All Energy Solar had the best ground-mounted system. In our opinion, they had the best solar panels, the best microinverters, and the best crew.”
Best of all, living with solar is the easiest life transition they have ever made. It silently saves them money, not having paid their electric bill in six years. To them, more importantly than saving money, the true advantage of going solar is the environmental impact they are making in their own backyard.
The Joseph’s embody their life philosophy of ‘think globally, act locally’. From Rich’s perspective, “if you magnify [going solar] by millions of people going to sustainable energy sources, it is going to be a wonderful world,” which is what made the switch a no-brainer to the Massachusetts family.