The Washington Post, by Debbie Truong, March 24, 2019
This story covered Secure Futures when Erik was working in-house as chief marketing officer. It was a trend story about the growth of solar installations on public schools in Virginia. Here’s an excerpt:
More Virginia schools have sought solar energy in recent years because of the availability of those agreements, said Erik Curren, chief marketing and business development officer with Secure Futures Solar, a company that installs solar energy systems.
“Virginia was a tough state for schools to go solar in the past before power purchase agreements were allowed,” he said. “It’s now really opened things up for K-through-12 school divisions, and we’ve seen a huge increase in interest.”