ESA is seeking strategic partnerships in their effort to bring innovative solar development projects to Central and South America. The company is in the process of developing projects consisting of more than 150 megawatts (MWs), including a 20 MW installation in the Caribbean which is anticipated to be installed in the third quart of this year. Other areas of potential expansion include Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, Argentina, El Salvador, Chile, Brazil, Columbia, Panama, and the neighboring regions.
“We are excited to take on this new endeavor and to offer our solar solutions into fresh markets,” said Jeffrey Burkett, President of ESA Renewables. “ESA is committed to growing the Central and South American markets to increase the company’s overall solar portfolio.”
ESA’s goal is to secure instrumental partnerships with industry leaders, enabling important steps to be taken to break into Central and South America. ESA understands the importance of quality and, therefore, focuses on forming relationships with companies who provide value and support ESA’s overall mission of providing sustainable and reliable installations. The company recognizes that creating valued relationships is crucial in procuring technologically superior products and services for further solar expansion.
“The solar industry is anticipated to undergo rapid growth in the coming years, thus making it essential to initiate expansion into currently untapped territory,” Lindsay Herold, Contract Administrator for ESA Renewables.
ESA Renewables has successfully expanded multiple new markets over the past year, proving the company is highly scalable and an ideal candidate to venture into this new territory. ESA has a large variety of development opportunities currently under progress in their pipelines for 2012 and 2013 and have set aside funds to develop in new markets.
About ESA Renewables, LLC
ESA Renewables has positioned itself as a leader in the industry providing turnkey solar PV systems worldwide. ESA owns and operates a diverse portfolio of more than 500 solar PV power generating facilities located in the United States, Puerto Rico, Spain and Italy. ESA’s scope of services includes financing, engineering, construction, testing, monitoring, and operation and maintenance. With headquarters in Castellon, Spain, ESA has additional offices in Florida, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, Canada, Chile, South Africa, and Italy. For more information about ESA Renewables, LLC, please visit http://www.esarenewables.com or call 407-268-6455.