AllEarth Renewables preps for national solar market expansion with a rebrand

AllEarth Renewables, known for its dual-axis solar tracker, is taking on a rebranding project to position the company for its national expansion with a growing group of solar developer and installer-partners around the country.

AllEarth RenewablesThe new full circle logo captures the company’s belief that when people and businesses work together, the energy future is bright. AllEarth Renewables has the vision and technical expertise in inventing new, more efficient energy solutions and has its arms around creating innovative products that ensures a renewable future for all of us.

In addition, as part of the rebranding, the company’s AllSun Tracker, of which the company has manufactured more than 3,000, becomes the AllEarth Solar Tracker.

“As a company, we are looking to advance renewable energy use and are rapidly moving into regions and working with partners that share that vision for a renewable energy future. Our goal is to design and bring to market smart technological solutions to the energy problems we face,” said David Blittersdorf, president and CEO of AllEarth Renewables.

AllEarth Solar“This rebranding seeks to position our company as an energy solutions leader as we expand into new markets with our developer and installer partners,” Blittersdorf added.

The company has more than 70 solar partners across the country.

To build brand value and strength, AllEarth Renewables is expanding its strategy from being a brand that is primarily business-to-business oriented to one that also includes the end consumer—from being a facilitator in the world of renewables to also being a leading change agent.

AllEarth Renewables manufactures the AllEarth Solar Tracker, a dual-axis solar tracker that uses innovative GPS and wireless technology to follow the sun throughout the day, producing up to 45 percent more energy than rooftop solar. The company has manufactured and installed over 3,000 solar tracker systems used for residential and commercial installations.

— Solar Builder magazine

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