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groSolar, a commercial- and utility-scale solar provider, says it has launched an updated website.

Users will find updated sections highlighting the firm's solutions and services, as well as information on its areas of expertise, such as solar installations on capped landfills and water treatment facilities.

The "new projects" section provides detailed information on completed commercial installations and offered services to guide users through the development and financing steps of a new solar project.

The site also provides insights from clients that have successfully integrated solar into their commercial and utility environments. Construction of projects can be viewed through galleries of time-lapse videos and photographs throughout the portfolio and Resource Library.

The revamped site also includes an update for groSolar's distribution channel.  Customer documents are streamlined and organized into one location, as are products, the company says. A second phase to the distribution section is planned for later this quarter. This addition will feature expanded technical information on products distributed by groSolar.




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