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A full century in, there are still no shortage of people doubting that the Atlantic can generate energy. But it can, up to 4350 MW of energy, in fact. That's the power of the Atlantic Ocean.
AKE approached my wife and I about removing a large oak tree from our front yard to enable a solar panel project at our next door neighbor's house. I decided that I would allow the project to continue given some conditions. Here they are verbatim from Vince T****'s (Construction manager for AKE) email: 1. Homeowner is not liable for anything related to the tree work performed. 2. Atlantic Key Energy and Atlantic Key Construction are liable for anything related to the tree work performed. 3. One tree is going to be completely removed, including the stump being ground, and debris removed from the property. 4. Any resulting damage from the tree work will be repaired and will not cost the homeowner anything. Now, several months later, there are still mounds of mulch debris, and a partially ground huge stump in my yard. When I discovered the stump was still intact under the pile of mulch, I reached out AKE, but they refuse follow up on their guarantee. I intend to sue if not resolved.
I can't say enough good things about Gus and his team at Atlantic Key Energy. Gus has gone above and beyond and made the process incredibly easy. Every time I asked a question I received a quick response and an answer. Even when the question or issue I had wasn't necessarily his responsibility, Gus still ensured it was addressed and resolved in a timely manner. This level of customer service seems to be rare these days and it's certainly appreciated. I'd strongly recommend working with Gus and Atlantic Key energy to anyone looking to go solar. (Source: solarforyourhouse.com)