SAN DIEGO, Aug. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Reneu Energy officially introduced the expansion of the company's presence with two new offices in southern California. The San Diego branch is located at 704 J St. and the Los Angeles office is located 1601 Vine St. The decision to open physical locations in these two key markets emerged from the increasing need to have on-the-ground support for solar and storage projects in the Golden State.
"Our team has been increasing our travel to meet with clients in top markets in California, a state that has been a pioneer in clean energy legislation and implementation," said Benoy Thanjan, Founder/CEO, Reneu Energy. "California law requires at least 50 percent of the state's electricity to come from clean energy by 2030. Reneu Energy is prepared to assist all companies involved in this transformation."
Reneu Energy guides its clients on every step of the process of going solar as an owner representative and project developer. The company advises on corporate strategy and sources financing for solar projects. The company brokers Solar Renewable Energy Credit ("SREC") contracts and long-term power contracts.
"Our company has been energized, pun intended, by our recent West Coast-based projects," said Thanjan. "The entire state is on-board for solar. The people are hungry for more solar integrations. We are so happy to now have offices in San Diego and Los Angeles so we can meet face-to-face with others who are as enthusiastic as we are about the power of solar energy."
About Reneu Energy: Reneu Energy is a premier international solar energy consulting firm and solar and storage project developer. Reneu Energy focuses on sourcing and analyzing solar project opportunities for developers and investors, assisting with energy and SREC hedging, and creating state level research on the different solar markets. The Company also sources financing for solar projects and provides consulting services for companies looking to go solar. Find more information about how Reneu Energy is shaping the future of solar and storage at http://www.reneuenergy.com/
SOURCE Reneu Energy