SunPower by Venture Solar is ready to take over Nassau County. Our company has grown exponentially in the 2 years since its foundation, owing to the hard work of the amazing team we’ve built and the booming solar industry in New York City. Last month, we completed our 1000th solar installation, which was a major milestone for our company. And now, we’re excited to share that we’re expanding to Nassau County.

Venturing into Nassau County

Alex Yackery and Alex Giles co-founded SunPower by Venture Solar after working in the solar industry in New York City for a few years. In 2015, they started out by themselves, in a 75 sq ft office, and built the company from the ground up, to get to where we are now—the #1 solar installer in New York City. We now have over a 110 employees and a thousand happy customers.

Encouraged by our success in the five boroughs of New York City, we’re now expanding our service footprint to include Nassau County. And we’re very excited for this opportunity to serve even more people, and help them in going solar.

Our company stands apart because of the fact that we do all of our work in-house. So while many solar installers in the area outsource parts of the jobs to other contractors, we do everything ourselves and are able to ensure that everything is done right. We deliver a world class product to customers, with world class service, making sure each customer has a great experience with us. This is why we have become the one-stop-shop for anyone who wants to go solar in New York City.

Solar is a great product, it pretty much sells itself—it’s good for the environment, offers big savings on electric bills and thousands in tax credits. Our job is to deliver it to customers in a way that makes it a pleasurable experience for them. In this video, our Co-Founder, Alex Yackery, thanks our team for all the hard work and our customers for putting their faith in us to deliver a high quality product with a high quality service. And we look forward to start serving Nassau County starting January 2018.