Since 2006, we have completed over 200 solar installations, providing more than 2 million kW of zero emission electricity to Connecticut.

Enough clean energy to offset nearly 2,000 metric tons of carbon per year

 

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Our Mission

We are motivated to achieve the goal of 100% renewable energy with every solar panel we install. Waldo Renewable Electric, LLC is a solar contractor that prides itself on integrity. We service and install solar power systems in Connecticut.  You won't find any empty promises or hollow personal 'guarantees' here, only the commitment of our family. Waldo Renewable Electric, LLC is committed to the pillars of quality and consistency in every solar installation.


Fossil fuels are raw materials that have to be extracted and processed. Wind and solar energy are different. The only costs associated with them are technological.
— Tom Steyer

Our COMPANY

Waldo Renewable Electric, LLC got it's start in 2006 with a lot of hard work and a strong conviction to live sustainably. Founded by Mark and Rebecca Waldo, Waldo Renewable Electric, LLC was born in a workshop in Old Lyme, CT.  

Mark Waldo is a Master Electrician in the state of Connecticut, E1 #192179.  Mr. Waldo has been a NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practioners) certified Solar PV installer for twelve years and a licensed electrician for twenty years. Mark manages installation operations with a zeal to balance aesthetics while also abiding to state and local building codes as well as the National Electric Code.

Rebecca Waldo has a Master of Science degree, awarded by Portland State University. Mrs. Waldo studied sustainable education in a progressive learning community that is focused on Leadership, Ecology and Culture. Mrs. Waldo was trained in solar design and installation as an intern at The Solar Living Institute (SLI), in Hopland, California in 2003. Rebecca is passionate about being part of the transition to a renewable energy future. She manages business operations including sales, incentives and interconnections.

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