The climate challenges we face today are immense, but the opportunities are unprecedented for clean energy marketing to shine. As 2024 gets underway, focus on how to make your marketing even more effective to leverage awareness of climate issues and gain a better return on your marketing spend.
Why are you in renewable energy? Why do you believe in this industry? In clean energy, it’s not about what your selling, it’s about why. This is what your customers want to know. And if you tell that story well, those customers will follow you from education and consideration to purchase and even advocacy.
How has COVID-19 affected consumer attitudes toward climate?
Happy New Decade, Colleagues! The beginning of the 2020s brings a new chapter in the epic saga of the solar industry’s growth and evolution. Before 2020 flies by, here are three key trends to consider as you create or refresh your solar + storage marketing strategy.
This is my 10th year to attend Solar Power International, so forgive me while I wax nostalgic… Remember when you could spend the first hour or two meandering the show floor, getting the lay of the land? When booths weren’t the size of football fields — and you could find a friend on the show floor
Solar companies are inherently mission-driven, but often fail to leverage this strength. One way to promote your mission is by earning your B Corp Certification. In our last post, we discussed the many benefits of B Corp Certification. In this post, we’ll walk you through the process of getting certified. For more stories about marketing
You work hard every day. You pay your employees well, contribute to your community in real terms, and offer a product or service that’s actually beneficial for people. Are you looking for a way to highlight the positive impact your company makes? Consider getting certified as a B Corporation (or B Corp, for short). Earning
On 14 acres west of Austin, Texas, a home-grown manufacturing business is delivering on a sustainable vision. Rehme Steel Windows & Doors manufactures high-end, architectural steel doors and windows for some of the most discerning customers in the U.S. Company founder Peter Rehme, an Austin native, decided to build his factory in the Texas Hill
As the clean energy industry enters 2019, it can be tempting to get discouraged by the dire climate news that came out toward the end of 2018. But there is good news on the horizon too. What can you do to make a truly sustainable difference?