Bombard Renewable Energy Named Top 100 Solar Contractor By Solar Power World Magazine

Las Vegas-based company is Celebrating its 30th Year in Business
 
 
Nevada's Bombard Renewable Energy Named Top 100 Solar Contractor in the World
Nevada's Bombard Renewable Energy Named Top 100 Solar Contractor in the World
 
Dec. 21, 2012 - PRLog -- Solar Power World magazine in its Dec. 21, 2012 issue named Bombard Renewable Energy of Las Vegas to its “2012 Top 100 Solar Contractors” list ranking the Southern Nevada commercial electrical contractor at No. 13.

The top 100 solar contractors’ list offers the industry a look at how solar companies stack up against their peers across all solar markets that include residential, commercial and utility systems. This is the first such ranking by Solar Power World, considered one of the solar industry’s leading media resources.

“We are honored to have received such outstanding recognition from one of the leading authorities in the solar industry,” said Chris Brooks, Director of Bombard Renewable Energy. “We have developed an experienced staff with more than 85 years of combined experience in the electrical industry. This assembly of experience plays a vital role throughout the design and construction of all projects and has driven our company to the success we enjoy today.”

Bombard Renewable Energy, a division of Bombard Electric, LLC., has been doing business in Nevada since 1982 and has installed over 60 Megawatts of solar photovoltaic (solar PV) electric systems in both the public and private sectors.

Bombard Electric also offers complete electrical, communications, and low-voltage installation, including a service division.

The commercial electrical contractor is involved in projects ranging from casinos and hotels to large and small strip shopping centers. Bombard Renewable Energy, along with Bombard Electric and Bombard Mechanical, are part of MDU Resources Group, Inc.

In 2011, Bombard Renewable Energy was hired as prime contractor on the Stillwater Solar Geothermal Hybrid Project approximately 12 miles northeast of Fallon, NV. The project involved combining a 26-megawatt solar PV plant with a 65-megawatt geothermal plant – a feat that had never been done before. More than 375 Nevada workers were employed on the massive project, creating full-time jobs that paid over $31 an hour, plus health benefits.

For more information on Bombard Renewable Energy, please call 702-492-0957 or visit the company website at: www.BombardRE.com.
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