Renewable Energy Corporation’s Solar Panel Installation Services

With the unveiling of the White House’s Climate Action plan earlier this month, you might be wondering if solar panels would work for your home — and who to call to find out. Who better to ask about going solar in the mid-Atlantic region than already enjoying the benefits of solar energy?

Renewable Energy Corporation has installed top-quality, American-made solar panels for hundreds of homeowners in Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. Here is what some of their customers have to say:

Solar panels slash resident’s electric bill by more than half

A typical 5 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system can easily see an ROI of 20 percent in the first year. But it’s more impressive when you see the bills for yourself:

“You said the panels you were installing would cut my electric bill in half,” says Mark Murphy. “After one week with this hot weather of upper 90s, I’m actually using a little less than half the energy I was using previously. After turning the system on and checking it every day and seeing the house using less energy all I can say is wow.”

Solar installation helps with retirement

A solar system pays for itself over time, and generates free energy after that. Imagine that for your retirement years!

Diane B. reports:

“I decided to incorporate Solar Energy into my retirement plans, as it will provide me with reduced energy cost. Renewable Energy handled everything … Installation was fast and my system is working like a gem.”

Solar helps serviceman go green

Saving money is great, but it’s even better when it helps you save the planet, too.

“I am currently in the United States Coast Guard and was deployed to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill response,” says Chief Marine Science Technician Aaron Foster. “I saw firsthand what our dependency on oil has driven us to … It makes me feel good that I purchased technology that harnesses the natural power of the sun and reduces my usage of fossil fuels. This will not only lower my energy bill, but it will reduce my carbon footprint and make for a cleaner environment for my kids.

“I am glad that we could purchase this technology through a local, reputable company. Renewable Energy provides excellent service and stands by their products. We’re extremely happy with our purchase and we can now say we live in a Green House!”

Installing solar is easy with the help of Renewable Energy Corporation

Charlie Wittig says that even though the process of adding solar was at times complicated, Renewable Energy made it easy:

“I was guided smoothly through the process of transitioning to a renewable energy source,” he says. “The installers were top quality, efficient and quick. Most of all, I wish to thank Erin Kelly at Renewable Energy for tirelessly answering my numerous questions when I called. I can’t tell you how much peace of mind I now have with my ‘Solar Independence’”

With 135 years of manufacturing experience, Renewable Energy Corporation is a big reason Maryland’s solar use is on the rise. To find out how long it will take solar panels on your home to pay for themselves, call 410-449-5270 for a FREE personalized estimate, or visit RenewableEnergySolar.net.

Ryan McNeill is the president of Renewable Energy Corporation, one of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest residential solar energy companies – committed to installing quality, American-made solar panels and energy products for homeowners.

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6th Annual New Media & Technology Conference

The Frederick County Chamber of Commerce has announced the workshops and presenters for their annual marketing conference:

The Frederick County Chamber of Commerce invites marketing professionals and small business employees in the Frederick region to register for the sixth annual New Media & Technology Conference (Fred NMT). Fred NMT brings expert local presenters together to discuss tools and strategies that help organizations create and foster online communities. The conference will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Mount St. Mary’s University’s Frederick Campus on Thursday, February 13, 2014.

Eight sessions will be presented, covering a broad range of topics. General sessions include “Utility Content: Rocket Fuel for Your Success” by Jon-Mikel Bailey of Wood Street, Inc. and “Digital Detox” by Beth Schillaci of VillageWorks. Breakout sessions are tailored to niche topics and experience levels. Presenters for break out sessions include Brittany Diehl of Downtown Frederick Partnership, Cyd Maubert of Mount St. Mary’s University, Mayra Ruiz-McPherson of Ruiz McPherson Communications, Michelle Kershner of Tourism Council of Frederick County, Monica Spilman of 270net Technologies, Tobin Lehman of New North, and Whitney Hahn of Digital Bard.

Learn more about the event and register online at the Chamrber’s website.

Frederick Authors Win Award for Book on Grief

Press Release: “Living Through Grief: Love Revealed” Given Bronze Award in Readers’ Favorite Contest

“Living Through Grief: Love Revealed” has received the Bronze award in the Readers’ Favorite Book Award Contest, on November 23, 2013.

denaFor Immediate Release – LoveRevealedStories.com -Dena Clayton, publisher and editor of the Love Revealed series, is proud to announce Living Through Grief: Love Revealed has received the respected bronze award in the Reader’s Favorite Annual Book Award Contest for the Nonfiction – Grief category. The award ceremony was held in Miami on November 23rd, 2013.

“This book is full of inspiring stories of strength and love to fortify anyone’s spirit and resolve,” said Lit Amri, reviewer for Readers’ Favorite. “After reading this, I can honestly say that I am more grateful and remember to count my blessings.” Read the full review on the Readers’ Favorite website (http://ift.tt/1bTabwV).

Living Through Grief: Love Revealed is a collection of true stories of loss, from real people, and is perfect for those who enjoy inspirational stories, memoirs, and compassionate self-help books. It is the third in the Love Revealed series. Seventeen inspiring authors share from the picturesque happenings of their own lives in hopes that they may help those living with grief. Each touching story explores the emotions tied to loss and the discovery of love in the midst of sorrow.

“I am so pleased about the recognition Readers’ Favorite gave this book,” expressed Clayton. “The award was possible due to the writing skill and vulnerability of seventeen brave authors. They open windows into their own unique life adventures in order to offer benefits to readers.”

Readers can grab a copy of Living Through Grief: Love Revealed from Amazon (http://ift.tt/1ba6SwY) for $2.99.

About The Authors

coverSeventeen authors write of their very own life experiences in losing someone they hold dear, such as a child, spouse, sibling, parent, grandparent, friend, or companion animal. These talented writers hail from around the globe. Cities include DC, Baltimore, VA, WV,NC, PA, TX, CO, and Queensland, Australia. Five of the seventeen authors are currently located in Frederick County, including Victoria Moo Briddell, Marcia Davies, Susan Gordon, Irene Packer-Halsey, and Diane Younkins. In addition, authors Nancy Loeffler, Dan Loeffler, Sheila Foster, and Dena Clayton are former residents.

Frederick Authors Win Award for Book on Grief

Press Release: “Living Through Grief: Love Revealed” Given Bronze Award in Readers’ Favorite Contest

“Living Through Grief: Love Revealed” has received the Bronze award in the Readers’ Favorite Book Award Contest, on November 23, 2013.

denaFor Immediate Release – LoveRevealedStories.com -Dena Clayton, publisher and editor of the Love Revealed series, is proud to announce Living Through Grief: Love Revealed has received the respected bronze award in the Reader’s Favorite Annual Book Award Contest for the Nonfiction – Grief category. The award ceremony was held in Miami on November 23rd, 2013.

“This book is full of inspiring stories of strength and love to fortify anyone’s spirit and resolve,” said Lit Amri, reviewer for Readers’ Favorite. “After reading this, I can honestly say that I am more grateful and remember to count my blessings.” Read the full review on the Readers’ Favorite website (http://readersfavorite.com/book-review/11715).

Living Through Grief: Love Revealed is a collection of true stories of loss, from real people, and is perfect for those who enjoy inspirational stories, memoirs, and compassionate self-help books. It is the third in the Love Revealed series. Seventeen inspiring authors share from the picturesque happenings of their own lives in hopes that they may help those living with grief. Each touching story explores the emotions tied to loss and the discovery of love in the midst of sorrow.

“I am so pleased about the recognition Readers’ Favorite gave this book,” expressed Clayton. “The award was possible due to the writing skill and vulnerability of seventeen brave authors. They open windows into their own unique life adventures in order to offer benefits to readers.”

Readers can grab a copy of Living Through Grief: Love Revealed from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Living-Through-Grief-Revealed-ebook…) for $2.99.

About The Authors

coverSeventeen authors write of their very own life experiences in losing someone they hold dear, such as a child, spouse, sibling, parent, grandparent, friend, or companion animal. These talented writers hail from around the globe. Cities include DC, Baltimore, VA, WV,NC, PA, TX, CO, and Queensland, Australia. Five of the seventeen authors are currently located in Frederick County, including Victoria Moo Briddell, Marcia Davies, Susan Gordon, Irene Packer-Halsey, and Diane Younkins. In addition, authors Nancy Loeffler, Dan Loeffler, Sheila Foster, and Dena Clayton are former residents.

Money and the Meaning of Life: A Workshop with Bert Gold

Bert Gold will be doing a workshop on Money and the Meaning of Life on Thursday, September 12th from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Common Market.

How will you measure success and happiness in your life? Does your life reflect your uniqueness and individuality? Your creativity is your ticket to fulfillment. Clear identification of your abilities will lead you to your goals. This workshop is aimed at helping you find your way to a better job, a better career, or beginning a business while staying true to who you are. We will discuss how our community exchanges talent for money and how you can make the most of it.

Bert Gold is a Ph.D. geneticist who has been involved in several biotech start-ups and is co-owner of Plato’s Closet Frederick, a lightly used retail clothing business. For the past year and a half, he’s been running a peer support group for people from many walks of life seeking new or better jobs, or interested in starting businesses.

The cost for the workshop is $12, 20% discount for Owners.

Money and the Meaning of Life: A Workshop with Bert Gold

Bert Gold will be doing a workshop on Money and the Meaning of Life on Thursday, September 12th from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Common Market.

How will you measure success and happiness in your life? Does your life reflect your uniqueness and individuality? Your creativity is your ticket to fulfillment. Clear identification of your abilities will lead you to your goals. This workshop is aimed at helping you find your way to a better job, a better career, or beginning a business while staying true to who you are. We will discuss how our community exchanges talent for money and how you can make the most of it.

Bert Gold is a Ph.D. geneticist who has been involved in several biotech start-ups and is co-owner of Plato’s Closet Frederick, a lightly used retail clothing business. For the past year and a half, he’s been running a peer support group for people from many walks of life seeking new or better jobs, or interested in starting businesses.

The cost for the workshop is $12, 20% discount for Owners.

The18th Annual Expo is County’s Largest Business Trade Show

Frederick Chamber 2013 ExpoThe Frederick County Chamber of Commerce’s 18th Annual Business Expo will be the largest business trade show, education, and networking event ever held in Frederick County. More than 160 exhibitors will draw the attention of more than 1,500 local professionals on Tuesday, September 24, 2013. Expo 2013 will be hosted at Westview Corporate Center, 5280 Corporate Drive, Frederick, MD 21701, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Expo is free to attend and open to all professionals doing business in the Frederick area.

In addition to exhibits, the Expo features educational sessions for professional development and samples of some of Frederick’s finest caterers and restaurants. Sessions cover leading topics of interest to the business community and are presented by local professionals. Food samples are served during breakfast, lunch, and “happy hour” time slots for Taste Of the Expo.

Visit the Chamber’s website for the full list of educational sessions, Taste Of the Expo providers, and more information about the Expo.

18th Annual Business Expo