Solar energy firm Acro Energy expands into Arizona

Houston, March 29, 2010 – Acro Energy Technologies Corp., a U.S. solar integrator, is expanding into Arizona to bring solar energy to Arizona homeowners and businesses that want to lower their utility bills using renewable energy.

The company expects to move into a new facility in Tempe next quarter and start installing solar power systems immediately.

Through Acro Energy’s strategic alliance with SunRun, Inc., that was announced in October 2009, Arizona customers will be able to enter into power purchase agreements with SunRun for solar systems installed by Acro Energy.

“Arizona has the right fundamentals to make solar valuable for consumers and businesses,” said Nat Kreamer, president of Acro Energy. “Just as we’ve built a leading solar integration business in California, we plan to be a leader in this fast growing, important solar market.”

Steve Vella, director of business development for Acro Energy, will serve as the Qualifying Party for the company’s Arizona Contractor’s License and oversee field services in the market.

“Steve’s background and experience building Acro Electric is instrumental to our expansion into Arizona,” said Harry Fleming, chief executive officer of Acro Energy. “With this organic expansion underway, Acro Energy continues to evaluate acquisition candidates to create a profitable national solar integration company.”

Acro Energy Technologies Corp. is focused on the consolidation and growth of renewable energy companies, primarily in the U.S. residential solar energy installation market.

 

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