Sun Electric Completes the Installation of More Than Five Megawatts of Solar Power Throughout the Northeast

Jul 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Energy, Energy Conservation, Energy Efficiency, Solar

New Fairfield, Connecticut-based Sun Electric has announced that, with the recent completion of two Stop & Shop solar systems totaling more than 426 kilowatts in Franklin Park and Somerset, NJ, the company has reached the significant milestone of the installation of total of more than five megawatts of residential and commercial solar panel systems.

As one of the Northeast’s fastest-growing integrators of solar photovoltaic systems, over the last 5 years the Sun Electric team has overseen and participated in the design, development, installation or implementation of over $30 million in successful solar and clean energy projects, more than 150 commercial & residential clean energy projects in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey.

“We are growing as a result of the desire of people and businesses to seek more sustainable and cost-effective energy consumption,” said Sun Electric President Steven Guzda. “Our team of engineers, project managers, sales consultants and technicians facilitate every aspect of our customers’ transition to clean energy sources and energy efficiency systems.”

Sun Electric’s customers find their clean energy installation and integration a painless and profitable experience. “Sun Electric handled the installation of our 210 KW solar system beautifully. They were fast and efficient creating no disruptions to our enterprise,” said Adam Heminover of Hausmann Industries, Inc. “They were knowledgeable, answered every question, dealt with every problem and left us with a state-of-the-art solar system and grid interconnect that has worked flawlessly and saved us dollars from day one.”

Sun Electric’s commitment to delivering an unmatched customer experience has fueled its rapid expansion throughout Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with plans to expand to Florida, Massachusetts and Maryland in the near future. The company expects to continue to add highly qualified professionals to its team creating more Clean Energy jobs for the regions it serves.

Be Sociable, Share!

Leave a Comment