Tony Rhine '06 Looks to Make Solar Power "Scalable and Sensible"

Tony Rhine '06 Looks to Make Solar Power "Scalable and Sensible"

November 9, 2009

Antony Rhine 2009-1.jpgNovember 9, 2009, Greencastle, Ind. — "The electricity they generate may be free, but most home- and business-owners can't justify the upfront cost of solar panels," begins an Indianapolis Business Journal story which features Sestertii Solar and its co-principal, 2006 DePauw University graduate Antony Rhine. "A price tag of $25,000 to $50,000 for a modest system puts the cost close to luxury car territory. So, like car dealers needing to move metal, the principals at Sestertii Solar want to move the panels using a page out of the car salesman's handbook: Encourage customers to lease them."

"This will be ibj mast.jpga wholly new perspective on making solar scalable and sensible in Indiana," Rhine tells IBJ.

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Tony Rhine and his company were also featured in an August story.