Our work with poultry farmers all over the country has captured the attention of many in the industry — from growers to integrators and those that help keep things running for both.
Two Georgia Farmers Are First in the U.S. to Receive One-of-a-Kind Solar + Storage Technology Coastal Solar launches a pilot program using sonnen storage technology as a major step in helping farmers become energy independent. Hinesville, Georgia (07/01/2020): Coastal Solar carved out a niche in [...]
With an impeccable record of success in REAP grant approvals, the Coastal Solar and Ag Solar Solutions teams have been instrumental in advancing energy independence for farms and businesses throughout rural America. A recent press release from the USDA outlined recent grants totaling nearly $1.5 in Georgia. We’re proud to [...]
U.S. Congressman Buddy Carter recently talked about the success of Coastal Solar during the Renewable Energy Select Committee Hearing. This comes after his office reached out to Coastal Solar owner and CEO, Clay Sikes, because of our track record of helping farmers throughout the southeast.
Coastal Solar is pleased to announce that are renewable energy efforts in the poultry industry have been recognized by a leading, british-based agricultural magazine. This publication is sent to 13 countries and translated in 7 languages.
Both candidates for Governor of Georgia visited Coastal Solar while on the campaign trail – noting the important work that Coastal Solar does for both the agricultural and business communities.
You know you are making an impact when you land on the front page. That’s exactly what happened for Coastal Solar when, according to the Natchitoches Times, we helped Robyn Caskey’s six-house egg production farm become one of the “first in the state to install solar panels to offset utility costs.”
Saving with Solar We were pleased to talk about the benefits of solar power for small businesses in Liberty County, Georgia during the Eggs and Issues Breakfast. Our own Mike Croft was the star of the show as he outlined how small businesses and farms can benefit from the [...]
This June, solar powered chickens found their way to the front page of the Franklin County Citizen Leader. The story, by Lisa Manus, followed Coastal Solar customers like William Dove who has been a farmer for more than 20 years.
Candler Boyd sat down for a radio interview with Cooper Gunby of Two State Construction. He answered some great questions about solar, business, and the future of energy. Take a listen!