Secure Futures Solar expands Capacity to Meet Demand for Solar Power in Virginia

As Chief Operating Officer (COO), Maggie M. Davison will oversee and manage Secure Futures LLC and its subsidiaries ongoing operations and procedures.

On September 1st, 2017 Secure Futures Solar promoted its Administrative Officer, Maggie M. Davison, to the position of Chief Operating Officer. In this position, Maggie will oversee and manage Secure Futures LLC and its subsidiaries ongoing operations and procedures.


Jesse ReistSecure Futures Solar expands Capacity to Meet Demand for Solar Power in Virginia

Can Solar Panels Damage Your Roof?

can solar panels damage your roof?

Worried that solar panels may damage your roof? When properly installed, a solar array makes no penetrations and preserves your roof warranty, guaranteed.


Hugh StollCan Solar Panels Damage Your Roof?

How Colleges Can Aquire No-Cost Solar

The solar installation at Eastern Mennonite University enabled the university to go solar with no capital expenditure

Today, more students expect colleges to install solar power on campus. It’s expensive to buy solar panels. Third-party financing can make solar affordable.


Tony SmithHow Colleges Can Aquire No-Cost Solar

Innovative Solar Technology at the University of Richmond Presents Opportunities for Campus-Wide Engagement

In Spring 2016, Secure Futures installed a 204.8 kW solar array on the campus of the University of Richmond (UR), making it the first application of SolarWorld USA bifacial solar technology in North America. The array is also the first solar installation in Virginia to utilize a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) under a Dominion Virginia Power pilot program in 2013.  Under the PPA, UR purchases energy from the array that is owned and maintained by Secure Futures, at no capital expenditure. The 749 solar panels were installed on a 22,000 square foot portion of the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness, and generate 237,000 kWh of electricity per year – enough to power an entire student residence dorm.


Zoe Kolberg-ShulerInnovative Solar Technology at the University of Richmond Presents Opportunities for Campus-Wide Engagement

Mennonite Central Committee and Secure Futures Selected to Participate in Nationwide Solar Competition

Today, Secure Futures announced a grant award from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative’s Solar in Your Community Challenge, for a community solar barn raising project. The $50,000 award is part of a $5 million national prize competition aimed to expand solar electricity access.


Jesse ReistMennonite Central Committee and Secure Futures Selected to Participate in Nationwide Solar Competition

Secure Futures expands Its presence in Virginia’s Solar Market

Northern Virginia office led by Strategy Officer, Karen E. Torrent   Secure Futures LLC is redoubling its capacity to make solar more affordable for commercial and public purpose entities in Virginia.  This week the Company expands its presence by opening a Northern Virginia office in response to the growing demand for solar energy, and welcomes Karen E. Torrent to the position of Chief Counsel and Strategy Officer. In this newly created position, Ms. Torrent will serve as the Company’s in-house counsel and will be responsible for the strategic direction of its market and policy leadership.


Jesse ReistSecure Futures expands Its presence in Virginia’s Solar Market

Secure Futures 2016 Development Report

Embodying ‘Sol Invictus’ – The Unconquered Sun – to Grow Virginia’s Distributed Solar Market


Jesse ReistSecure Futures 2016 Development Report

Governor Terry McAuliffe Announces Update to 2014 Energy Plan at Albemarle Solar Dedication Ceremony

On October 20th, 2016, Albemarle County Public Schools (ACPS) and Secure Futures LLC co-hosted the solar dedication ceremony at Monticello High School to celebrate the largest installed solar photovoltaic array on a public school system in the Commonwealth of Virginia, totaling 1.1MW on six Albemarle schools. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe keynoted the event, unveiling an update to his Administration’s 2014 Virginia Energy Plan. Titled “Energy in the New Virginia Economy”, the update provides a report of the progress made by the McAuliffe administration in its strategic energy objectives since 2014.


Jesse ReistGovernor Terry McAuliffe Announces Update to 2014 Energy Plan at Albemarle Solar Dedication Ceremony