Solar Means Business Report
The top corporate solar users in the United States have installed enough solar capacity to power 402,000 U.S. homes. These Fortune 500 companies have installed solar at more than 7,400 individual installations nationwide.
The full Solar Means Business 2017 Report contains data on the Top 25 companies that have installed solar, information on trends in corporate procurement, and much more.
Click here to download a 1-page factsheet that summarizes the key findings of the report.
The Top 10
Click through the slideshow below to see the top 10 corporations by their installed capacity of solar energy.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - America’s top companies are investing in solar in record amounts, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association’s brand new Solar Means Business 2017 report, which tracks on-site commercial solar installations and ranks top corporate solar users.
This year’s report contains data from over 4,000 companies, totaling more than 2.5 gigawatts of solar capacity across approximately 7,400 solar projects. Keep reading
Solar Means Business Project Map
Explore the map below, which shows all of the major corporate solar installations in the United States by the Type of Facility.
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