FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 28, 2017
SUNPRO SOLAR Recognized as a Top Solar Contractor in North America
Sunpro Solar ranked No. 21 for the Top Solar Rooftop Contractor
Houston—Coming off the biggest year ever for U.S. solar installations, Sunpro Solar is among the elite companies recently named as one of the Top Solar Contractors in the United States by Solar Power World magazine. Based on the total amount of solar energy installed, Sunpro Solar achieved an overall rank of No. 152 out of 500 U.S. solar companies and was ranked No. 21 for Top Solar Rooftop Contractors.
“The 2017 Top Solar Contractors list features 500 of the best solar contractors in the United States,” said Kelly Pickerel, managing editor of Solar Power World. “From solar hotbeds on the coasts to the up-and-coming Midwest solar market, every installer adding even the smallest solar array to the grid is making a positive impact on our communities. We’re proud to recognize these companies and their efforts to bring solar power to U.S. homes and businesses.”
Sunpro Solar has installed 20 MW of solar energy since the company was founded in 2008. Sunpro Solar is a leading full-service provider of rooftop solar energy for the Gulf Coast and Southeast regions. Sunpro Solar’s plans for expansion across the United States further reinforce the response to the demand by homeowners and businesses to increase their energy independence.
“To be included on such a prestigious list of solar contractors, is a testament to our hard work and tenacity in a growing industry. The growth of our company is a direct result of the dedication of our employees consistently delivering an excellent experience to our customers making the switch to solar, said CEO, Marc Jones. We are honored.”
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Solar Power World is the leading online and print resource for news and information regarding solar installation, development and technology. Since 2011, SPW has helped U.S. solar contractors—including installers, developers and EPCs in all markets—grow their businesses and do their jobs better.
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Kelly Pickerel, managing editor