CSI Ranks #1 Top Electrical Contractor in Nation on 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors in Country

CSI Ranks #1 Top Electrical Contractor in Nation on 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors in Country

CSI Electrical Contractors, one of California’s most respected electrical construction firms claims the #1 ranking of Top Electrical Subcontractor in the Nation as released in the newly published Solar Power World, 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors in the Country. Securing its growing reputation in the field of solar and alternative power, CSI moves up the ranks to #5 in the Nation (listed #9 in 2013) and #3 in California when ranked amongst all service types.

Solar Power World, the industry's leading source for technology, development and installation news, recently released their 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors list, ranking applicants according to their influence in the solar market. Ranks were determined by the number of megawatts a company installed in 2013.

“America’s solar industry is currently on pace to achieve another record-shattering year,” says Rhone Resch, President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). “This simply wouldn’t be possible without the effort, hard work and creativity of these Top 400 Solar Contractors.”
The dynamic team at CSI Electrical Contractors continues to bring their award-winning expertise to energy projects by offering design, installation and maintenance to some of the largest solar energy projects in the world. Over the last 8 years, CSI has installed a total of 520 Megawatts and earned industry accolades from NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) for their solar work.

“I am thrilled to be ranked in the Top 5 of the Country’s Top 400 Solar Contractor”, said Steve Watts, Founder and President of CSI Electrical Contractors. “Being ranked #1 Electrical Subcontractor in the Nation is a great accomplishment. The Energy sector of our business has continued to grow and we are excited to expand our renewable services and continue to provide alternative solutions. ”