SunPeak Recognized as a Top Solar Contractor

Aug 1, 2023 2:11:02 PM
SunPeak Receives Top Solar Contractors Recognition

MADISON, Wis. – With the United States receiving significant federal support of solar and storage in the Inflation Reduction Act, excitement for the technologies is growing at a record pace. Solar developers, installers and contractors are capitalizing on the moment by building more substantial projects across the country. SunPeak, a full-service solar photovoltaic developer specializing in commercial and industrial solar applications, was recently recognized for its effort to expand the U.S. market by taking a top spot on the 2023 Top Solar Contractors list, released last week by Solar Power World. 

The Top Solar Contractors list is compiled annually to honor the work of solar installers throughout the nation. Solar firms in the utility, commercial and residential markets are ranked by number of kilowatts installed in the previous year. Companies are grouped and listed by specific services, markets and states.

“Renewable energy accounts for a quarter of U.S. electrical generation, now far exceeding electricity produced by burning coal,” said Kelsey Misbrener, managing editor of Solar Power World. “Solar power is an important member of that renewable makeup, and companies on the Top Solar Contractors List are all contributing to our country’s shift to cleaner electricity. We are honored to recognize them each year for their necessary work putting green kilowatts on roofs, over parking lots, in desert locations and across water reservoirs. Every project is making a difference.”

Since its founding in 2014, SunPeak has installed more than 30,000 kilowatts of solar capacity. The company helps businesses, heath care facilities, municipalities and educational institutions reduce their electrical costs and enhance their sustainability efforts with solar. SunPeak uses a value-added, comprehensive approach with its customers, partnering with them from the earliest stages to educate, assess, design, construct and ultimately maintain a solar installation through the expected thirty-year life of the system.