Solar Energy World Has Grown Sevenfold Since Founding in 2009, Continues to Grow New Jobs in Maryland at Record Rate
National Solar companies like SolarCity and Vivint Solar that have their headquarters in other states are not the only solar companies to contribute to Maryland’s massive green jobs growth. Maryland-based Solar Energy World, the fastest growing locally owned and operated solar company in the state has consistently grown its business since opening in 2009 with no signs of slowing down! The company currently installs an average of 90 solar systems a month. Installations are projected to increase 30% or more in 2017.
This remarkable progress is likely attributed to rave reviews from customers and online consumer evaluation sites for over seven years. In January 2017, Solar Reviews placed Solar Energy World in its top 100 list nationwide for positive reviews from customers and top 3 for highest reviews in MD
At the end of 2016, GuildQuality, a third-party customer satisfaction survey company based in Atlanta awarded Solar Energy World the 2016 Guildmaster Award for continued commitment to service excellence.
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According to Solar Power World’s 2014 Top Solar Contractors list, which featured 400 of the industry’s most successful solar panel system installation and development companies across the U.S. and Canada, Solar Energy World ranked number one in residential solar installations in the state by a Maryland-based company. In 2015 Solar Energy World made the top ten ranking out of 500 Solar companies for residential rooftop installations for all of North America.
“There is no question that green jobs help Maryland’s economy. Our business has been growing rapidly. Every year we add more employees. It’s great for consumers too. Most of our customers go solar because it makes good economic sense. They save thousands of dollars in electricity costs.”– Geoff Mirkin, CEO of Solar Energy World
Solar Energy World is the only solar company in the region that runs its facility on a solar power system, designed and installed by their employees. This impressive structure is approximately 48kW in size, providing 52,500 kWh to the Elkridge facility. This is equivalent to greenhouse gas emissions avoided by recycling 12 tons waste instead of sending it to the landfill.
Solar roof tours of the company’s system are available upon request.