22 Oct '16, 6pm

SEIA Crowns The Top 10 U.S. Corporate Solar Installers

Retail giant Target has grabbed the top spot among U.S. businesses that are going solar. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has revealed Target’s ascension to the top of the list in the organization’s 2016 Solar Means Business report, which found that more U.S. businesses are installing solar than ever before. Adding more solar this year than any other U.S. retailer, Target now has 147.5 MW of installed solar capacity, according to the report. This is the first time Target has ranked No. 1 in the report’s five-year history. “We feel honored to be named the top corporate solar installer in the U.S. by the Solar Energy Industries Association,” said John Leisen, vice president of property management at Target. “At Target, sustainability is a principle that drives the decisions we make across the company – from the products we make to the way we run our business. W...

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