For the eighth year in a row, Boston-based Nexamp has been named to the annual Solar Power World magazine Top Solar Contractors list. This year, Nexamp is ranked as the #3 Commercial Developer in the nation, with a total of 94.1 MW of distributed solar installed during the previous calendar year. Nexamp also is ranked as the #1 Commercial Developer in Massachusetts.

The Top Solar Contractors list is developed each year by Solar Power World to honor the work of solar installers big and small. Solar firms in the utility, commercial and residential markets are ranked by number of kilowatts installed in the previous year. Companies are grouped and listed by specific service (developers, electrical subcontractors, EPCs, installation subcontractors, rooftop installers), markets and states.

Since its founding in 2007, Nexamp has grown to offer a full range of solar and storage solutions, leading the industry with an innovative community solar program that makes it possible for anyone to tap into the benefits of solar power. Nexamp is community-focused and builds, owns and operates its own facilities, so customers work with one company throughout the process. Its inclusion at or near the top of the Top Solar Contractors list year after year exemplifies its commitment to leadership in the industry.

“The Solar Power World team is so pleased to highlight more than 400 companies on the 2020 Top Solar Contractors list, especially during this unprecedented time,” said Kelsey Misbrener, senior editor of Solar Power World. “All contractors featured on the 2020 list reported strong 2019 installation numbers and are continuing to stand tall this year.”

Nexamp employs more than 200 professionals who are passionate about clean energy and helping the nation transition to a more sustainable grid. Clean energy represents a significant opportunity in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, providing jobs and a path to improved environmental justice.

“It’s gratifying to have the hard work of the Nexamp team recognized by the industry in this way,” noted Zaid Ashai, CEO of Nexamp. “Our numbers are growing each year, but we also know that there is much work to be done. Clean energy has to be accessible to everyone. We look forward to continuing growth in the coming year as more and more states lay the groundwork for additional renewable energy and storage sources that will power the country’s future.”