StraightUp Solar’s core team of of NABCEP-certified energy professionals have proven experience in the safe, effective, and optimal turnkey engineering design and installation of solar energy systems. Our company’s roster contains high-level renewable energy advocacy and policy leaders from both Missouri and Illinois, including current and past presidents of the Missouri Solar Energy Industries Association (MOSEIA) and the Illinois Solar Energy Association (ISEA), as well as senior leadership from Renew Missouri.
We exist in order to inspire a Solar Tribe to create a sustainable world. In order to realize a sustainable future, StraightUp Solar is committed to perfecting a feedback loop from the owners and operators of solar energy systems in an effort to achieve continuous improvement. 20% of StraightUp Solar employees own home solar energy systems, and each StraightUp Solar employee works at a solar-powered office offering free solar EV charging. StraightUp Solar is also committed to maintaining the highest level of solar expertise and professionalism by sponsoring technical training and the pursuit of national certifications for all employees.
StraightUp Solar is a St Louis-founded and owned, fully insured turnkey solar installer with in-house engineering design and permit processing capabilities. We also proudly have offices in Swansea, IL, and Bloomington, IL. Our mission is to empower communities to create a sustainable future and our commitment to educating the public about the benefits of solar extends to our CLEARE values: Community First, Lead the Solar Tribe, Educate the Solar Lesson, Advocate Always, Respect Others and the Environment, and practice Excellence in All We Do.
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