StraightUp Expertise

Farms going solar are a growing trend in Illinois. Knowledge of incentives and project financing is critical to helping farm owners maximize their savings.

For Community
Announcing Power Up St. Louis Earth Day!

StraightUp Solar and St. Louis Earth Day are coming together to make St. Louis a cleaner and greener place to …

Read More
StraightUp Solar Recognized as a Top Solar Contractor

StraightUp Solar is honored to be named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power …

Read More
Solar Incentives Shining Brightly in Missouri and Illinois

ILLINOIS  Homeowners and businesses can reduce their system cost by 20% with Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECS). These cash payments are …

Read More
Hurry: Highest Value SRECs Expire Dec

In June of this year, StraightUp Solar acquired a number of SREC contract reservations for future solar energy projects – to be …

Read More
Why Are My Inverters And Solar PV Array Not The Same Size?

A common question in solar is “Why are you installing a 260 watt solar module on a 215 watt microinverter?” …

Read More
Northwest R-I School District

“The Northwest School District began a partnership with StraightUp Solar several years ago when we began investigating the possibility of …

Read More
February 2015: Meramec Valley School District installs at 7 locations

StraightUp Solar installed 600 solar panels at 7 Meramec Valley Schools. Cheers to MVSD for creating clean power, saving money, …

Read More
December 2014: New Northside Baptist Church

StraightUp Solar installed 100 solar panels at the New Northside Baptist Church and Community Center in North St. Louis. This …

Read More
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 …

Read More
Solar Panels Should Save District Over $200,000

Some 588 solar panels installed on six Meramec Valley R-III School District buildings began supplying electricity last week. The new …

Read More