H&V Collision Centers, the largest independently owned collision repair facility in the Capital Region, is continuing its efforts to improve environmental efficiency by utilizing solar energy to help power the H&V locations.
H&V is working with Monolith Solar to install solar panels at H&V locations in Troy, Colonie, Queensbury and Saratoga. Monolith specializes in design, sales and services of solar systems for business and residential customers.
The panels installed by Monolith will convert sunlight into kilowatts to power the four H&V locations. H&V joins a growing trend of organizations, including schools, businesses, community organizations and agricultural businesses utilizing solar power to become more environmentally-friendly and reduce energy costs.
“H&V Collision Centers places a priority on being a good neighbor and increasing our environmental efficiency. The switch to solar continues those efforts, and will allow H&V to rely on more environmentally-friendly energy sources,” said H&V’s Vartan Jerian Jr.
“We take pride in providing a high level of customer service and satisfaction, and are excited that commitment to quality will be powered by cleaner and more efficient sources of energy,” added Jerian.