Solar Support Joins Forces With Rnwbl For Greater Capabilities, Opportunities
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Solar Support, a single-source engineering company focused on solar inverter performance and service, has joined the RNWBL family of companies.
RNWBL is a high-growth technology company focused on lowering the cost of renewable energy and accelerating the energy transition. Formed out of the combination of best-in-class organizations, RNWBL is focused on providing field services and technology to the wind, solar, and the broader renewables industry. The Company has over 350 field engineers and a coast-to-coast footprint with field offices across Texas, Arizona, California, Wisconsin, and Canada. Customers consist of Fortune 500 companies including utilities, technology companies, independent power producers, and original equipment manufacturers.
Solar Support brings highly differentiated capabilities to the RNWBL platform that will enable the platform to better serve its customers’ most pressing challenges. “This is incredibly exciting, as we are now able to easily bring vetted, trusted partners into additional projects for our clients,” Solar Support CEO Auston Taber shared. “We’re all in renewables, but we have different specialties—this will allow us to bring new capabilities and strengths into this industry all of us at RNWBL are incredibly passionate about.”
This partnership is not only highly complementary to the RNWBL platform companies, but also a positive development for the solar industry at large. “The solar industry is now one of the most competitive energy sources in the U.S.,” Solar Support’s Director of Operations, Chelsea Trotta, shared. “Renewable energy is poised to grow in 2022 and thereafter, and with the added resources at our disposal we will be ready to dig deep and help new and existing clients in new and exciting ways. We truly live and breathe solar over here.”
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