there is nothing wrong with a company wanting to be profitable and successful. otherwise theyd end up like the alternative energy companies thats subsidized by the govt. business brings in money which eventually pays employees. And the money has to come from somewhere.
0 · July 20
For those that missed this meeting, it was very informative, technical and explained how you can get into solar now without the upfront cost of buying solar systems up front. This system locks in your price for 20 years. They also do home energy audits prior to installing the systems and they are local. Both Casey and George are members of this meetup if you need any information.
0 · May 22
I didn't see any SolarCity reviews from Angie's List. According GlassDoor surveys, SolarCity pay their employees below the industry averages. One current employee said, "Management is more focused on P&L than people. Pushing for more sales in less time with fewer resources. Seems to be more about the money than the industry. They are running a business not a renewable energy project".
0 · May 8, 2012