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Since 1986, Rocky Grove Sun Company has been offering renewable energy for Northwest Arkansas homes and businesses:

  • NABCEP Certified solar system design and installation
  • Solar electric, wind, & micro hydro generation
  • Solar hot water & space heating
  • Direct grid-tie, battery-based grid tie, & stand alone solar energy systems
  • High efficiency household appliances
  • The knowledge and experience you need for complete confidence in your renewable energy investment.
  • Renewable energy for sustainable development, eco friendly building, and green living.
  • Residential


    Renewable energy for homes provides independence, savings, and the satisfaction of knowing that you're doing your part for the environment.

  • Free One-Hour Consultation

    Free One-Hour Consultation

    Contact us for a free one-hour consultation. We'll custom design the right solar power system for your needs and your budget.

  • Commercial


    One of the largest installations in Arkansas, Grace Lights saves its congregation hundreds of dollars each month. This installation was one of the stops on the National Solar Tour in 2010.

See some of our more recent solar installations:

Rocky Grove Sun Company has three NABCEP certified installers on staff. NABCEP is the gold standard of certification for solar energy professionals. Our certified installers will design, install, back up and see your project from initial site visit to final commissioning. We do not subcontract any part of your project out to others. This allows a degree of quality control that ensures excellent results.

North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners

Jimis Damet
Certification No. 092907-48
Flint Richter
Certification No. 093006-23
Pat Villines
Certification No. 042013-141

Rocky Grove Sun Company has completed some of the largest solar projects in Arkansas, yet we still care about the smallest residential projects.

We also live with and use what we sell. Our company was founded off grid in Rocky Grove, a community near Red Star, Arkansas. Our company employees use renewable energy systems in their homes and have extensive experience with the power sources we work with. We believe that renewable energy is our best form of homeland security.

Rocky Grove Sun Company Systems

As the most experienced renewable energy company in Arkansas, we have completed hundreds of solar installations in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. Jimis Damet and Flint Richter regularly present programs on Renewable energy to the general public and have written articles for Home Power magazine.

Latest Blog Posts:

Rocky Grove Will Be Closing

Rocky Grove will be closing at the end of the month.

Will Solar Energy Be the Cheapest Option?

Douglas Hutchings, a tech entrepreneur here in Northwest Arkansas, has recently received half a million dollars in grant money from the Department of Energy for his work on one simple effort: making the materials for solar energy installations cheaper.¬† Hutchings … Continue reading

A New Business Model for Solar Energy?

Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu would like to see a change in the way solar power is installed¬† in U.S. homes — not in the technical procedure, but in the business model. No, homeowners and business owners pay … Continue reading

Music Powered by the Sun

The Block Street Block Party was a day of sun and fun in downtown Fayetteville, Arkansas. It was also a day of music, on multiple sound stages including this one, where the Fayetteville Roots Festival held sway. This one was … Continue reading

Check Out Our Sunny New Interactive Map

Did you notice the snazzy new interactive map on our homepage? This shows some of the installations we’ve done recently. The interactive part is that you can move the map around to see more locations, and click on the sun … Continue reading

What’s Now 100 Times Cheaper than in 1977? Solar Power

Yep, solar power cost over $76.00 a watt to produce in 1977, but it’s now just about 74 cents a watt, as shown in this chart from ClimateProgress via Robert Gonzales.