Commercial Solar Energy System Designer Launches Energy Partner Plan

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QuickBeam Energy (http://www.QuickBeamEnergy.com) announced the kickoff of the QuickBeam Energy Partner Plan. The current political and economic climate for renewable energy means that the solar energy industry is about to explode, and there are many businesses looking eagerly at this growing market, which is a natural fit for the Sunshine State. These businesses include electrical contractors and architects, solar water heating companies, and even air conditioning and heating companies who are seeking to expand their product lines. This is an exciting new business opportunity and there is a lot of interest. President Obama has identified solar energy as a huge opportunity for new job growth. In today's economy, this message is being heard loud and clear. Given that solar energy is now estimated as a 150 Billion dollar market, the resounding question of those looking to enter is how to overcome the obstacles to entry that have been holding them back.

QuickBeam Energy (http://www.QuickBeamEnergy.com) announced the kickoff of the QuickBeam Energy Partner Plan. The current political and economic climate for renewable energy means that the solar energy industry is about to explode, and there are many businesses looking eagerly at this growing market, which is a natural fit for the Sunshine State. These businesses include electrical contractors and architects, solar water heating companies, and even air conditioning and heating companies who are seeking to expand their product lines. This is an exciting new business opportunity and there is a lot of interest. President Obama has identified solar energy as a huge opportunity for new job growth. In today's economy, this message is being heard loud and clear. Given that solar energy is now estimated as a 150 Billion dollar market, the resounding question of those looking to enter is how to overcome the obstacles to entry that have been holding them back.

"It's not as simple as just buying some panels and putting them up on the roof," says Jim Grebey, COO of QuickBeam. "How many panels, what size, what types of mounting systems, how do they interconnect with the grid, how do you apply for government rebates - there is a lot to know and a lot of financial engineering that goes along with making these systems economical." QuickBeam Energy specializes in the design and installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for commercial buildings and has experience solving these problems.

"We have the expertise to remove these obstacles and enable those businesses interested to easily enter the market," says Lynnette Acosta, Director of Marketing for QuickBeam. "The QuickBeam Energy Partner Plan will now offer turn-key solutions and services for our Sales and Installation Partners." Sales Partners can sell QuickBeam systems on a generous commission basis with no up-front cost to join the program. QuickBeam literally does everything for you, including all the design and installation of the solar system. Installation Partners get all of the advantages of being a sales partner plus QuickBeam provides installation training so the partner can do their own install. QuickBeam provides on-site consultation and inspection to ensure that our reputation for high quality is maintained.

QuickBeam Energy designs and installs solar energy systems. We work with owners of commercial properties and large residences in the State of Florida to design and install customized photovoltaic systems that will reduce their energy costs, increase the value of their property, and benefit the environment. To learn more about QuickBeam Energy and the companies services call (863) 401-2725 or visit http://www.QuickBeamEnergy.com.

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