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Hartland Electric has been chosen to participate in upcoming projects with the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) through the Sustainable Energy Resource for Consumers (SERC) grant. OLHSA is a nonprofit community action agency that provides assistance and services to low and moderate income individuals and families in need throughout Oakland and Livingston Counties.

Hartland Electric will work along side OLHSA to create innovative, sustainable energy projects that will...

06/07/2011 - 14:07

Hartland Electric is proud to announce we are now an authorized contractor under the Michigan Saves financing program. Michigan Saves is a nonprofit organization providing easy and affordable loans for all kinds of energy efficiency improvements.

Homeowners can either choose from a list of pre-qualified improvements or get a home energy assessment from the specialist at Hartland electric. Solar energy systems are the perfect upgrade for Michigan’s climate. ...

06/07/2011 - 11:07

An Austrian-based company is angling itself to pick up all the good rays from one of the hot spots in the economy: solar energy.

Fronius USA, which has its U.S. headquarters in Brighton Township, has been adding employees in its solar electronic division, and it recently teamed up with two other Livingston County businesses — Lindhout Architects Associates and Hartland Electric LLC — to install solar panels on the company's rooftop, at 10421 Citation Drive in the Eagle Business Center...

05/19/2011 - 10:46

While many may not think of Michigan as a great place for solar electricity, the truth is the opposite. Solar panels perform well in cooler climates like Michigan's. This solar installation chart shows the number of solar installations throughout the country and provides much more in depth solar information.

Michigan shows 107 reported solar installations, a below average number of installations despite the efficiency our...

04/20/2011 - 14:47

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BUSINESSMAN RIDES SOLAR WAVE TO JOB CREATION
By Christopher Behnan
Daily Press & Argus

Jeffrey Lakatos went from standard electrical work to installing solar panels at Gov. Jennifer Granholm’s Lansing residence in a few years’ time.
Lakatos, president and chief executive officer of Hartland Electric LLC, took over the company in 2004 and in 2007 changed his business model to one focused on “green” energy, including solar power, primarily for homes...

03/18/2011 - 10:53

Hartland Electric is pleased to announce the launch of the new Hartland Solar website. The site will provide solar resources for the residents of Michigan looking for information on solar energy.

01/28/2011 - 15:05

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