Near the 20th anniversary, the installer in New York Sunation Energy The installed solar energy has reached 100MW. On April 27, SUNation celebrated this milestone (achieved through a combination of residential and commercial solar installations) at the Friedman family’s home in Port Jefferson Station, where the solar project enabled SUNation to achieve this goal. .
While the solar company’s team worked to install solar panels on the roof, CEO and founder Scott Musquin welcomed the Friedman family to the SUNation family and commemorated the company’s achievements.
“Less than 100 regional companies nationwide have reached this milestone,” Musquin said. “We currently have about 300,000 solar panels in operation, saving homeowners $20 million annually. $20 million is reinvested in local restaurants and shopping. Stay in the economy, this is what excites me.”
The Friedmans not only received solar panels, but also installed a complete “SUNation Future-Proofed Home” energy package including solar power, roof, energy storage, smart electrical panels and EV charging. This home energy upgrade includes a 34-panel REC/Enphase PV system expected to save the homeowner approximately $3,200 annually, a brand new roof installed by the GAF Master Elite certified SUNation team, a Tesla Powerwall backup energy system, The SPAN IO smart electrical panel that automates energy usage and the SPAN EV charger. The installation proudly showcases SUNation’s commitment to industry technological advancements and world-class customer experiences.
“They are future-proofing their homes against fluctuations in electricity prices and fuels, and they are doing their part for a sustainable future for their families, neighbors and the grid,” Musquin said.
SUNation’s 100MW event included Pineapple Energy CEO Kyle Uses, LIPA CEO Tom Falcone, NYSEIA Policy Director Jonathan Cohen, Brookhaven City Supervisor Ed Romaine, Brookhaven City Councilman and Deputy Superintendent Mr. Dan Panico, Commissioner, and a member of the City Council were present. Jane Bonner of Brookhaven and Sarah Anker of Suffolk County Council.
“This is a big milestone,” Falcone said. “Having gone all the way to becoming the largest solar producer here on Long Island and building a great business, the future is here.”
To reach this 100MW solar energy milestone, SUNation has installed more than 8,000 solar arrays, installed a total of nearly 300,000 solar panels in residential and commercial properties, and has invested in the company’s non-profit foundation SUNation. Installed several donated solar arrays as part of Cares.
“To realize 100MW, and to realize it” [mostly] Working on the roof of the house is great,” said supervisor Romaine. “This is a company that has pioneered its way here in Suffolk County and Brookhaven on Long Island. [solar permits] Because people are waking up to what the future holds. This is the future. “
Sunation Energy, pineapple energy The company, which currently serves Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island, is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary in June 2023, a new milestone for the solar company and its 160 employees. It will be a milestone.
“We have ensured the growth and stability of the SUNation team and their loyal customers,” said Pineapple CEO Udseth. “We are extremely proud of what SUNation has achieved today and will continue to support this team to achieve what they promised, not just today, but for the next 25 years and beyond.”
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