|Founded||2006 Startup company|
|Headquarters||Chatham, NY, USA|
|Key people||Jody Rael, President & CEO|
Sundog Solar is a solar energy company based in Chatham, NY. Sundog installs photovoltaic and solar hot water systems on homes and businesses. The company also provides a spray foam insulation installation service.
Sundog is based out of a factory warehouse that is shared with Kling Magnetics. The building is part of a complex that used to be the Columbia Box Board Mill, and is powered by 37.6kW photovoltaic system and heated with vegetable oil.
In 1997, Sundog Solar's owner Jody Rael bought the Chatham property from the Columbia Box Board paper mill company. In 2007 the company invested $250,000 to make their 20,000 sq ft (1,900 m2) manufacturing and office facility carbon-neutral.
- The Register Star - SunDog Solar to take part in National Solar Tour for first time
- The Register Star - - Congressman Murphy presents SunDog Solar with $50K USDA grant
- NYInc - SunDog Solar Eliminates Upfront Solar Electric Costs In New Residential/Commercial/Nonprofit Program SunDog Solar Eliminates Upfront Solar Electric Costs in New Residential Commercial Nonprofit Program
- Green Real Estate Daily - Q&A: Jody Rael, owner and president of Solaqua Power and Art
- Berkshire Living - Green Zone
- "Sundog Solar | Chatham New York". Sundog Solar. Retrieved 10 December 2010.
- LaMarco, Jodi. "Q&A: Jody Rael, owner and president of Solaqua Power and Art". Green Real Estate Daily. Retrieved 10 December 2010.
- "Greening Our Facility". Sundog Solar. Retrieved 10 December 2010.