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Solar energy installation company growing in Flora

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FLORA, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — An Indiana-based solar energy company has opened its new headquarters and warehouse in Carroll County, more than doubling the space it had in Kokomo. Green Alternatives Inc. says it invested $300,000 to relocate its main facilities to Flora. The company says it has added two more people to its staff and is planning for further growth.

Green Alternatives says it will keep a sales office in Kokomo.

“As our business continued to expand, we wanted to invest in a location close to our customers and our team,” said Chris Rohaly of Green Alternatives. “With many of our crew coming from the Lafayette area, and customers throughout North Central Indiana, Flora was a great place to re-invest in our company.”

The company serves the agriculture, commercial and residential markets.

Green Alternatives says it is filling internships from students in the Ivy Tech Renewable Energy Program.