Greenspring Energy

Renting Solar?

The energy of the future is here today; solar is more attainable and affordable than ever before. There are federal, state, and local funding/ credits/ and incentives available, not to mention improved panel efficiency, and production practices that have brought the price of solar down to less than 1% of what it was back in the 1970’s when it first hit the main stream market.

Solar Efficiency has a “Bright” Future

Solar efficiency may be getting even more of a boost in the near future with the exciting new technologies being developed at Stanford University, and MIT.

The biggest plague to solar technology is the efficiency rate of turning solar energy into usable electricity. Since the inception of solar photovoltaics, the industry has made leaps and bounds, advancing from an efficiency of less than 1% to upwards of 20%, and things just keep getting better.

Don’t Have a Blue Christmas, Have a Green One!

With the myriad of things you have to do this Christmas: decorating, buying presents, baking cookies, planning holiday parties, wrapping gifts, traveling to Grandmas, ....

How far Have We Come?

Greenspring Energy has been named the 15th fastest growing company in the United States, as recorded by Inc. Magazine. To compile its annual listing, Inc. Magazine assesses companies that are privately held, independent, for profit and based in the U.S. The ranking also accounts for fiscal growth over a three-year period of time.

Net Zero Energy Homes, the Next Standard in Housing

Net Zero Energy Homes, commonly referred to as (NZEB’s), are the wave of the future; and now that wave has crashed on Maryland with the first Net-Zero home built in the Baltimore suburb of Cockeysville.

About Greenspring Energy

In 2007, Paul Wittemann started a solar electric, and energy efficiency company that he named: “Greenspring Energy.” Now four years later in 2011, that little start-up has landed on the Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest growing companies at number 15.

How it all started….

When faced with moving across the country to Colorado for the EcoStar Corporation, Paul Wittemann, now CEO of Greenspring Energy, decided to leave his job and start his own company.

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