Contractor Profile

Astrum Solar

Recently ranked #2 on Inc. magazine’s fastest growing private U.S. companies 2012 list, Astrum Solar is the leading full-service residential solar provider headquartered in the Eastern U.S. Astrum Solar serves homeowners and small businesses in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, DC and West Virginia. We ensure that our customers get the most out of their solar panels: the most energy generated, the most electricity savings, the most beneficial environmental impact and the most joy each time they see a sunny day. Astrum Solar’s mission is to spread solar power to the rooftops of America. More and more people around the country are ready to take control of their unpredictable utility costs and reduce their electricity bills and carbon footprints. Building on the belief that simplifying the process of going solar will be the key to its widespread adoption, Astrum Solar provides the industry’s premier customer experience.


2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors

2013 STATISTICS

Top 400 Rank #

Total Megawatts Installed 2013 Employees


 

2012 Top Solar Contractors

2012 STATISTICS

Top 250 Rank #36

Total Megawatts Installed 201212 Employees200


 

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