iSun Inc. Wins $5.9 Mn in New Solar Projects
iSun, Inc. announced that it was awarded contracts with combined value of $5.9 million to implement solar energy solutions for commercial properties with existing customers in Vermont.
January 21, 2023. By News Bureau
iSun, Inc., a solar energy and clean mobility infrastructure company with 50-years of experience accelerating the adoption of innovative electrical technologies, announced that it was awarded contracts with combined value of $5.9 million to implement solar energy solutions for commercial properties with existing customers in Vermont.
“We are delighted to expand our work with existing customers to implement important new solar projects at commercial properties in Vermont,” said Jeffrey Peck, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of iSun.
“Our team is responding well to the heightened customer demand for solar energy across our markets, and finding continued success in cultivating long-term customer relationships for iSun. While we have a growing backlog of solar projects being implemented across New England, we are confident that our operational teams will effectively manage the labor utilization demands these projects present. The transition to clean energy remains the most important initiative of our generation and we are proud to assist more customers throughout our markets in achieving alternative energy solutions", he added.
iSun has accelerated the adoption of proven, life-improving innovations in electrification technology. iSun has been the trusted service provider to Fortune 500 companies for decades and has installed clean rooms, fiber optic cables, flight simulators, and over 600 megawatts of solar systems.
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