How Velo Solar is Changing the Face of Commercial Solar Energy

Monday, November 29th, 2021

Coming off the heels of COP26 and the passage of the Biden Administration’s historical infrastructure package in Congress, solar is poised for a period of unprecedented growth. Tasked with Re-Powering Business for the Future, Atlanta-based Velo Solar, LLC is driven to harness this growth and serve not only as a leading commercial solar installer in Georgia, but also in the Southeast. In addition to its Atlanta HQ – within view of the Atlanta Beltline, the company has opened a satellite office in Savannah, Georgia – conveniently poised near the Port of Savannah. This expansion is a recognition of the growth of rooftop solar in the Savannah market, as well as the growing awareness of the role of renewable energy as a solution to climate change. The Georgia coast is on the front lines of these changes. As its community and business leaders seek tangible, economic solutions, solar fits perfectly at this intersection.

Recently, Velo Solar’s President and Founder Mark Bell joined Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, and Senator John Ossoff, along with representatives from the Solar Energy Industries Association in Savannah to discuss the growth potential for solar. With the Port of Savannah serving as Georgia’s front door to the world and the global supply chain for solar, it will be a hub for renewable energy in the coming decade. Secretary Grandholm commented: "Georgia has got it all; Georgia has got so much in this space.”

Bell concurs with this sentiment, “Georgia’s business-friendly climate and decade-long history in bringing renewable energy projects to reality positions us very well to be the leading hub for renewable energy in the Southeast.”

Velo Solar also recently launched a new website to better showcase its many turnkey solar and data-driven solutions to meet the needs and renewable energy requirements for companies throughout the U.S. As one of Georgia’s largest solar engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firms with over 100 years of combined experience to date, Velo Solar has completed more than 75 projects in 25 states across the nation – saving an estimated 27,000 forest acres per year. With the recent debut of its new website, Velo Solar has its sights set on growing those numbers exponentially – for the good of the businesses it serves, as well as the environment.

To view the new website and Velo Solar’s capabilities, please visit To connect with the Velo Solar team, call 404.640.5974, email or send a message through the company’s Facebook(@velosolarinc) or LinkedIn (@velosolar) pages.