SMA’s Denver solar inverter production facility was recently honored with a Gold Leader award for environmental stewardship from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Environmental Leadership Program. An awards ceremony was held October 3, 2012, in Denver.
As North America’s largest solar inverter manufacturer, SMA says it’s committed to improving the environment and promoting clean energy use. This recognition is a testament to the company’s core values and role as a key player in the solar industry.
“SMA is proud of its production team for showing dedication to quality and environmentally-friendly practices,” said Scott Crabtree, general manager of SMA America Production. “Denver has proven to be an ideal location for our production facility, which is integral to SMA’s success, and we are honored to receive recognition from Colorado’s Department of Public Health.”
The statewide environmental recognition program acknowledges companies and organizations that voluntarily go above and beyond standard compliance with state and federal regulations to show commitment to environmental improvement.
“As a leader in the solar industry, SMA is a great example of an organization that works to improve the environment in Colorado,” said Lynette Myers, administrator of the Colorado Environmental Leadership Program. “We are grateful to have innovative, environmentally conscious companies like SMA in our business community.”