The Peck Company Holdings, a commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction company, signed a contract for a 6.8-MW solar project in Maine from a long time customer.
The $2.365 million contract for the project, located near Portland, Maine, is scheduled for completion in Q1 2021. Peck’s expansion into Maine has been a highlighted area for growth for the company. According to SEIA’s Solar Market Insights Report, Maine is projected to develop 873 MW of solar over the next 5 years.
“We are pleased to have been selected once again by one of our long time customers. We pride ourselves on solid relationships that are built over many years,” said Jeffrey Peck, chairman of the board and CEO of The Peck Company. “As our customers grow, they rely on trusted partners to support them in new markets. We have provided on time and on budget quality work for almost 50 years and our expertise is recognized by customers and leads to a high degree of recurring business. We look forward to our continued expansion into Maine as we target completion for the project in the first quarter of 2021.”
The Peck Company is facilitating the reduction of carbon emissions through the expansion of clean, renewable energy and stated in a press release that it “believes that leveraging such core values to deploy resources toward profitable business is the only sustainable strategy to achieve these objectives.”
News item from The Peck Company Holdings