Monthly Archives: July 2013

Why Solar Panel Cleaning?

Solar Panel CleaningYou’ve made a significant investment in solar panels for your business or building. So don’t loose any portion of your investment with dirt and grime built up on your solar panels. Accumulated dirt, bird droppings, or tree leaves may cause a significant loss of solar power.

The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) says that PV electricity output will decline
approximately 10% without regularly cleaning. SEPA also indicates that PV electricity generation will decline up to 20% in areas where bird droppings and urban pollution are common.

Contract Services Group, Inc. provides solar panel cleaning for businesses throughout California, Nevada and Arizona. We, at CSG, understand the investment of solar power purchased for your business, and we are here to help protect that investment. CSG employees are trained to clean solar panels properly, to help reduce the risk of solar panel damage and maintain maximum solar power.

For a free assessment of your needs, call CSG at (800)732-7236.

Saving Energy in Commercial Buildings

ENERGY STAR, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voluntary program, wants to show how we can save energy in commercial buildings.

Consider these guidelines to start communication about saving energy at your business:

  • Build an energy program
  • Benchmark energy use
  • Improve energy performance
  • ENERGY STAR in action
  • Earn recognition
  • Communicate and educate

ENERGY STAR also shares an Operation and Maintenance Service Contracts Guideline for negotiating a good
O&M service contract. Check out the 46-page report for property managers, facility managers, building engineers and commercial building owners.

For more information about CSG’s world-class facilities services contact us at (800)732-7236.

Join CSG in sharing OSHA’s Prevent Heat Illness Campaign

OSHA says that employer & employee need to recognize the safety and health hazards of working in high heat.

CSG Safety Excellence Team wants to spread the word about:

  • factors that increase the risk of heat-related illness
  • signs and symptoms of illness
  • first aid and preventive measures that decrease the risk of heat-related illness

CSG is committed to safety training & education for working 100% safe!!

Join CSG in sharing high heat safety training with OSHA’s Educational Resources: Fact Sheets / Posters / Training Material. See more – http://ow.ly/mBgq3

http://www.csgcares.com