LGCY Power expands into Texas and New Mexico

Source: LGCY Power

LGCY Power, the fastest growing solar power sales engine in the U.S., has expanded into two new states, Texas and New Mexico, bringing the total to 16 states.

LGCY Power (LGCY), the fastest growing solar power sales engine in the U.S., has expanded into two new states, Texas and New Mexico, bringing the total to 16 states.

LGCY also recently expanded into Florida, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Wisconsin and has increased the number of states it operates in by more than 60 percent within a two-week period.

"There is strong demand in the United States for more affordable electricity through solar power production," said  Doug Robinson, CEO of LGCY Power. "We are excited to help create a planet run by the Sun with the people of Texas and New Mexico."

Founded in August 2014, LGCY has shown steady growth in residential solar customer acquisition that equates to C02 reduction of planting more than 2 million trees.  A Sunrun Certified Partner, LGCY now offers residential solar in Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin.



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