One of the most predominant solar power developers in Southern California, PsomasFMG, recently changed its business name to Partners For Many Generations Solar (PFMG Solar).
The major solar company plans to bring its core business operations to a new level with the updated name. Additionally, PFMG Solar aimed to improve its customer relations and show it is there to provide top-of-the-line solar energy to every one of its clients.
The solar photovoltaic technology manufacturer will continue to work with schools, students and local neighborhoods to showcase the benefits of solar to the community. Lou Kwiker, CEO and chairman of PFMG Solar, explained the company is ready to expand and advance its business operations to get ready for the future of solar power.
"After years of developing first class solar solutions for schools and businesses throughout Southern California, we have evolved from a company that not only delivers an outstanding service to our partners but also gives back to its clients and the communities in which we do business," said Kwiker.
PFMG Solar completed a 6.76 megawatt (MW) DC solar generation project back in March, which was used at the Chaffey Joint Union High School District, Zacks Equity Research reported.
The school district has more than 25,000 students and covers multiple communities including Rancho Cucamonga, Montclair and Ontario. The company's last major project had roughly 21,800 PV panels installed on parking canopies at eight different school sites.
PFMG Solar aspires to be obtain more sustainable, aesthetically pleasing and highly productive solar systems used in commercial and educational settings. Additionally, the company has delivered more than $1 million in college scholarships to 25 students in a six-year period.
The solar company believes their technology will save more than 1 million tons of harmful emissions through their systems in the next 25 years.