Sunetric Goes National With Mainland Expansion

Sunetric Goes National With Mainland Expansion

Sunetric (, Hawaii’s largest renewable energy and solar installation company, is going national with an expansion into the mainland U.S., adding three company-owned offices in Denver, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.

Strategically located regional offices will allow the company to effectively pursue public and private-sector opportunities throughout the country while staying based in Hawaii, where it will continue to grow its existing residential, commercial, and government business.

 In addition to installing photovoltaic (PV) solar systems, Sunetric will offer a new range of services on the mainland, including energy audits and total building energy-efficiency upgrades. As the only fully integrated solar company in Hawaii, Sunetric designs, builds and maintains its projects, serving 2,000 customers to date.

“There are a growing number of renewable energy opportunities across the country for a company with the experience and versatility of Sunetric,” said CEO Alex Tiller. “We are excited to bring our 8 years of experience to the mainland market and execute renewable energy solutions on a larger scale, while bringing this additional benefit back to Hawaii.”

 Sunetric is Hawaii’s solar market leader, with 140 employees and estimated 2011 sales of more than $130 million.

ABOUT SUNETRIC: Founded in Hawaii in 2004 by Sean and Beth-Ann Mullen, Sunetric is one of North America’s top solar firms. Headquartered in Hawaii with branch offices in Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C., Sunetric is the largest renewable energy and solar installation company in the islands, with more than 100,000 solar panels and 30 megawatts of solar installations statewide. As Hawaii’s first SunPower Elite dealer, Sunetric has installed several of the largest photovoltaic systems in Hawaii, including Kona Commons on the Big Island, Wilcox Memorial Hospital on Kauai, and Y. Hata on Oahu. Visit for more information.

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