A new solar energy company will be launched in January with the merger of Charleston, South Carolina-based Sustainable Energy Solutions (SES) and Solbridge Energy, a corporation based in the Eastern United States.
The new company will be Southern Current. It is expected to be up and running by Jan. 1. It will serve residential, commercial and utility-scale customers. Solbridge founder Kent Trowbridge and SES founders Paul Fleury and Greg White are overseeing the new company's development.
"This merger positions us well for 2016 and beyond as the solar landscape continues to expand and change,” Fleury said. “New opportunities await and we will be ready to aggressively pursue them as they emerge.”
Employees of both companies are experienced, having done solar power projects of all sizes in seven states combined. Company officials predict Southern Current will complete more than 300 solar projects by the end of 2016.
“Solbridge has a long, successful relationship with SES and is excited to make official the great partnership we have shared,” Trowbridge said.
White agreed. “We are excited to join forces with the established team at Solbridge, and look forward to future opportunities and success,” he said.
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