MaxGen Energy Services tops list of solar O&M providers in the U.S.

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MaxGen Energy Services, an independent solar operations and maintenance (O&M) company, now ranks as the No.1 independent O&M service provider in North America / U.S., and the No. 2 O&M service provider globally, according to the newly released GTM Research and SOLICHAMBA report, “Global Solar PV O&M 2017-2022; Markets, Services and Competitors.”

“With 3.2 GW of photovoltaics in operation at the end of Q3 2017, MaxGen Energy Services is the top independent PV O&M service provider, both in the U.S. and globally. MaxGen shot up in the vendor rankings by almost doubling its fleet in the first three quarters of 2017, increasing its managed capacity at a pace of 2 GW per year. This is the fastest growth recorded by any provider among the 128 O&M firms analyzed in my latest report,” said Cedric Brehaut from SOLICHAMBA, the industry’s preeminent analyst and author of the newly released GTM Research report.

Read about how to revive lagging PV performance with O&M plans right here.

“MaxGen is focused on ensuring that solar becomes a mainstream and enduring component of the global energy landscape,” noted MaxGen Energy Services CEO Mark McLanahan. “We’re working to ensure a mature, stable service infrastructure that optimizes system performance and profitability; our customers and partners recognize and appreciate our expertise.”

MaxGen is extending its offerings to become the leading services provider for a wide array of clean energy assets (e.g., solar, wind, EV infrastructure) already operating and coming online across North America. The company has experienced tremendous growth, as it transforms the future of solar and distributed energy industry – though superior services delivered by a seasoned team with extensive experience in solar, wind and EV charging infrastructure.

— Solar Builder magazine

MaxGen Energy Services tops list of solar O&M providers in the U.S.

Maxgen energy services

MaxGen Energy Services, an independent solar operations and maintenance (O&M) company, now ranks as the No.1 independent O&M service provider in North America / U.S., and the No. 2 O&M service provider globally, according to the newly released GTM Research and SOLICHAMBA report, “Global Solar PV O&M 2017-2022; Markets, Services and Competitors.”

“With 3.2 GW of photovoltaics in operation at the end of Q3 2017, MaxGen Energy Services is the top independent PV O&M service provider, both in the U.S. and globally. MaxGen shot up in the vendor rankings by almost doubling its fleet in the first three quarters of 2017, increasing its managed capacity at a pace of 2 GW per year. This is the fastest growth recorded by any provider among the 128 O&M firms analyzed in my latest report,” said Cedric Brehaut from SOLICHAMBA, the industry’s preeminent analyst and author of the newly released GTM Research report.

Read about how to revive lagging PV performance with O&M plans right here.

“MaxGen is focused on ensuring that solar becomes a mainstream and enduring component of the global energy landscape,” noted MaxGen Energy Services CEO Mark McLanahan. “We’re working to ensure a mature, stable service infrastructure that optimizes system performance and profitability; our customers and partners recognize and appreciate our expertise.”

MaxGen is extending its offerings to become the leading services provider for a wide array of clean energy assets (e.g., solar, wind, EV infrastructure) already operating and coming online across North America. The company has experienced tremendous growth, as it transforms the future of solar and distributed energy industry – though superior services delivered by a seasoned team with extensive experience in solar, wind and EV charging infrastructure.

— Solar Builder magazine

O&M news: MaxGen Energy Services acquires commercial services of Next Phase Solar from Enphase

MaxGen Energy Services, an independent operations and maintenance (O&M) company in the U.S, serving a large fleet of distributed generation (DG) and utility-scale solar power plants, has acquired the commercial services unit of Next Phase Solar, a provider of solar O&M services to a wide range of owners, equipment manufacturers, financiers, and EPC contractors. MaxGen acquired Next Phase Solar commercial unit from Enphase Energy, Inc.

MaxGen EnergyServicesMaxGen’s customers have large, complex and geographically distributed portfolios that require a sophisticated operator to meet their needs. With this acquisition, MaxGen is setting a higher bar for care, quality and control of distributed energy assets.

“U.S. energy infrastructure is rapidly transforming with the growth of solar, battery energy storage, and EV charging networks. MaxGen is well-positioned to service all of these asset classes with our professional, cross-trained team of operations and field service specialists,” said MaxGen CEO Mark McLanahan. “It’s very exciting to be able to play such a key role in supporting the operations of our customers’ ever-growing energy asset portfolios.”

This acquisition will add over 1,000 sites to its existing portfolio of 3,000 sites.

“Achieving high service density within our service portfolio is a key goal for us, and means our experienced technicians spend less time traveling and more time onsite ensuring equipment uptime and high quality plant operations,” McLanahan said. “That means maximum power, performance and profits for our customers’ assets.”

 

— Solar Builder magazine