Tagged: Seal Solar

Home Solar Gets Lender

Home Solar Gets Lender

WhispersBanking & Finance

Loanpal made headlines last month with its plan for a 100-employee operation in Bentonville, but the sustainable home improvement lender’s arrival is a “big deal” for a reason nobody reported at the time. read more >

Here Comes the Sun, and the Solar Testimonials

Here Comes the Sun, and the Solar Testimonials

Restaurants & Food

Batesville Schools Superintendent Michael Hester told of solar energy savings from an Entegrity-built system that funded raises of at least $4,000 a year for the nearly 250 teachers on his payroll. read more >

Seal Solar Takes the Wheel at Evolve Auto

Seal Solar Takes the Wheel at Evolve Auto

TransportationCover Story

Seal Solar CEO Josh Davenport walked into a North Little Rock auto dealership looking to buy an electric car. Now, his company is a partner in the only exclusive electric vehicle dealership in Arkansas. read more >

Video: Nelson, Scarborough, Hunt Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Video: Nelson, Scarborough, Hunt Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

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Heather Nelson of Seal Solar of North Little Rock and Fred Scarborough of the Arkansas Children’s Foundation in Little Rock won Executive of the Year awards, and billionaire philanthropist Johnelle Hunt of Lowell was honored for her lifetime of leadership last week at the 33rd annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. read more >

Have Cup, Will Travel: Drinks Hit The Streets

Have Cup, Will Travel: Drinks Hit The Streets

Restaurants & FoodCover Story

Outdoor drinks and dining have become commonplace in American downtowns, a trend pioneered in Arkansas by Little Rock, which initiated the River Market Entertainment District last summer. read more >

Solar Jobs on the Line, Insiders Fear

Solar Jobs on the Line, Insiders Fear

Banking & FinanceHealth CareCover Story

With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking economic havoc, former Lt. Gov. Bill Halter fears a long-awaited state ruling on solar power policy could threaten $125 million in projects by his firm alone. read more >