What is NRG Community Solar?
NRG Community Solar is a growth business of NRG, focused on building off site solar farms to service both residential and business customers in the top community solar markets in the nation.
Established in 2015, it is now one of the top providers of community solar and on track to build the most solar in 2017.
Our parent company is NRG, a Fortune 500 company and the leading integrated power provider in the U.S. Together, we build and maintain our solar farms with advanced technology and make sustainable energy easily accessible to all those who want to contribute to a cleaner energy future.
We are passionate about building a sustainable energy future and sharing that passion with forward-thinking people like you. We want to spread the idea that solar energy is a practical and impactful way to improve the current and future state of our environment.
Community defines us. We are inclusive, optimistic and motivated to live eco-consciously every day. We share a sense of responsibility and camaraderie in our vision for the future of energy.
We are forward thinkers who understand that energy can be limitless, not finite. Clean, not harmful. Sustainable, and not wasteful. We put the environment first because we realize when we take care of the Earth, it takes care of us.
We are pioneers who strive to influence smarter energy choices globally and locally. For us, innovation is not about riding the latest trend– it’s about creating sustainable solutions that positively impact the world. We are committed to educating consumers on the practicality and unlimited benefits of locally-generated solar energy.
We stand confidently behind the expertise of our team and the quality of our leading technology. Our goal is to establish customer loyalty and brand longevity by providing an unparalleled customer experience in each community we serve.
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