SimpleRay Launches New Online Store for Solar Products

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Growth in residential solar market fuels company expansion

Our mission is to simplify solar

SimpleRay, an innovative online retailer of solar solutions, announced the "grand opening" of its new website - The new site responds to the growing demand for residential solar and commercial solar applications.

The SimpleRay site goes beyond the traditional e-commerce store. It is an online resource for anyone interested in solar. Whether a solar novice or a solar veteran, provides tools to help simplify any solar project. The site includes free SimpleGuides - how-to's on wiring, solar design, solar system installation, and more. Product reviews also provide an unbiased assessment of new technologies in the industry.

"Our mission is to simplify solar," commented Geoff Stenrick, CEO of SimpleRay. "Solar is a new, rapidly evolving industry. Many people aren't sure where to start. We have helped hundreds of do-it-yourselfers understand the technology, and pick the right products for their needs. The new website makes it even easier to learn, design, purchase and install solar products. We have customized solar kits so anyone can add solar to their home, RV, boat, cabin, or anywhere power is needed."

SimpleRay is also committed to helping global communities prosper through free renewable energy. The company donates 5% of its earnings to non-profit causes that help bring electricity where it is needed most. "Everyone deserves access to energy. Our mission is to simplify the lives of everyone using solar energy, in order to help fulfill that mission," said Geoff Stenrick.

SimpleRay, founded in 2007, has seen tremendous growth. The company has doubled in size annually as more people recognize the importance of renewable energy. With growth in the solar industry expected to continue, SimpleRay plans to expand its product line into other renewable energy areas, including solar water heating and wind energy.

For more information, visit the SimpleRay website at


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