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June 2014: StraightUp Solar installs arrays at six Llywelyn’s Pub locations

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Llywelyn’s Pub and StraightUp Solar are proud to announce the addition of 107 kilowatts of solar energy at six Llywelyn’s locations across St Louis. The O’Fallon, Webster Groves, St Charles, Soulard, and Central West End Llywelyn’s locations are now producing carbon-free solar energy. In each of the locations, visitors can observe a display monitor providing real-time […]

November 2013- St. Louis Business Makes Solar a Reality


On 4 Nov, StraightUp Solar proudly commissioned our largest project to date and one of the largest solar arrays in Missouri. 684 solar panels now overlook the Mississippi River at Heat Transfer Systems located just south of downtown.   Heat Transfer System designs and manufactures heat exchange equipment, much of which is used around the world to […]

May 2013- Sunset Hills Resident Appreciates New Solar Array


Mr. Keifer has been one of our most vocal supporters and a pleasure to work with. We recently completed work on his 9.87 kW array of 42 Aleo modules. He has even taken advantage of our referral rebate program by enlisting several family members. Over the lifetime of his project it will offset the over $52,000 in costs […]

April 2013- An ultra energy efficient home powered entirely by solar


StraightUp recently completed construction of a 4 kW system for Missouri’s first Passive House – or “PassivHaus” in German. In conjunction with the project consultant, Gary Steps of Butterfly Energy Works, and architect Ralph Eglin Wafer, we worked tirelessly to see this pioneering project get started. PassivHaus is a German invention from a physicist who […]

March 2013- Solar Powering Downtown Re-Development


StraightUp Solar recently installed solar on the newly rehabbed Foodland on Jefferson just outside Lafayette Square in St. Louis.  The GreenStreet Development project is now home to a Save-a-Lot, H&R Block, and a Blast Fitness, and more than 350 solar panels help power the retail space.   This project is the latest of a many solar installations […]

February 2013- South County Resident Recognizes Benefits of Solar Energy

Linda R. of South County installed solar because she wants a more sustainable energy future for her grandsons.  Her 20 module system will offset 77% of her electric bill.   Linda says, “I wanted to step up and help show people the benefits of solar.”  Linda is used to walking the walk.  She also serves […]

January 2013- 75 kW system installed on Bemes Inc. rooftop

Bemes, Inc. now has 75 kW of solar powering its facilities in Fenton.  Bemes, Inc. sells, services and rents ventilators and monitors to hospital cardio pulmonary departments and long-term care facilities.  The 312 solar panels offset approximately 62% of the company’s electric bill.  “As an avid cyclist, I’m interested in keeping our air clean.  We […]

December 2012- StraightUp Installs Solar on 5 Mehlville Schools in 5 weeks

StraightUp Solar has completed installing solar panels on the roof of five schools in the Mehlville school district. The Mehlville School Board approved a 20-year lease agreement for the five arrays. This means that StraightUp installs and maintains the systems, but Mehlville benefits from lower energy bills. Without any out-of-pocket expenses, Mehlville begins saving money on their electric bill […]

St. Louis Residence


“The team with StraightUp Solar were professional from start to finish. Staff was knowledgeable and informative in helping me purchase the right system for my home. There were no hidden prices and the process was smooth and transparent. I live in the Tower Grove South Neighborhood of St Louis and had the solar panels installed […]

St. Louis Business and Residence

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“In the Summer of 2013 I started contacting local installers (based on who was involved with MOSEIA) about putting an array on my home. After meeting with a number of companies it became very apparent that SUS was the right choice for me. While discussing my home array I realized that solar could be an […]