Pleasanton, Calif., May 14, 2019 – Cool Earth Solar, a Pleasanton-based solar installer, has received the SunPower “Commercial National Dealer of the Year” award for its outstanding performance as a SunPower dealer in 2018.
“Earning SunPower’s 2018 ‘Commercial National Dealer of the Year’ award for our success delivering the world’s highest efficiency solar systems and superior customer service to business owners is an astounding achievement for Cool Earth Solar,” said Rob Lamkin, CEO of Cool Earth Solar. “Partnering with SunPower, one of the world’s most innovative and sustainable energy companies, allows us to offer our customers reliable solar energy and electricity savings over the life of their systems.”
The “Commercial National Dealer of the Year” award honors SunPower commercial dealers in the United States that consistently put customers first, while demonstrating exceptional industry knowledge and leadership.
“SunPower’s reputable national dealer network is strengthened by regional solar companies like Cool Earth Solar, selected for their quality craftsmanship, industry expertise and customer service,” said Nam Nguyen, SunPower executive vice president, commercial solar. “We congratulate Cool Earth Solar for an extraordinary performance in 2018 as a commercial dealer, delivering the value of SunPower solar to businesses in their communities.”
Last year, Cool Earth Solar doubled the amount of solar systems they installed over the previous year. The company expects continued growth throughout 2019 in both the commercial and residential markets.
About Cool Earth Solar
Cool Earth Solar, founded in 2007, believes that everyone should have access to affordable and abundant energy from a clean energy source. The company provides a full-turnkey solar project for their residential and commercial customers. Cool Earth Solar performs a complete package of project services, including site survey, financial analysis, engineering and design, permitting, procurement, construction, utility interconnection, start-up and commissioning, plant monitoring, and on-going operation and maintenance.