ESA Renewables, LLC Expands Operation and Maintenance Division

After receiving several new operation and maintenance contracts, turnkey solar solutions provider increases service division in North Carolina, Tennessee and Florida.

Lake Mary, Fl., February 16, 2012, ESA Renewables (ESA), a leading turnkey solar solutions provider, today announced the expansion of its personnel for its Operation and Maintenance (O&M) service division and the release of its detailed O&M Service Plan.


After securing multiple new O&M contracts, ESA experienced tremendous growth within the last few months. As a result, ESA was able to hire around 10 new local employees in several communities in North Carolina, Tennessee and Florida. Additionally, ESA is projecting significant, continued growth throughout this year and into the next.

"Growing and expanding in today's global market place is very exciting for all of us at ESA," says Jeffrey Burkett, President of ESA Renewables. "We are able to put people to work, help bring sustainability to the environment, and share our renewable energy knowledge to the local communities. It doesn't get much better than that."

Setting themselves apart from other O&M companies, ESA has implemented an O&M Service Plan which benefits future customers. This detailed Service Plan not only details the basic operation and maintenance functions performed to ensure maximum energy production from a solar farm, but also includes several new features.

O&M customers will now have the ability to participate in ESA's Power Production Guarantee Program and have access to a newly released Monitoring System module which tracks cost centers, projects future costs associated with operations and maintenance issues of the renewable energy power plant, the hours the technicians are working, miles driven, additional work expenses, work orders, corrective reports, warehouse material management or inventory reporting, and it has an annual calendar to assign tasks.

"As part of our new O&M Service Plan, our system managers and maintenance personnel have been certified to service inverters of selected manufacturers," added Burkett. "This, Combined with our advanced and reliable Monitoring System and our new Power Production Guarantee Program, ESA and its staff are able to provide outstanding service and give assurance of maximum energy production to asset managers."

About ESA Renewables, LLC:
ESA Renewables has positioned itself as a leader in the industry providing turnkey solar PV systems globally. ESA owns and operates a diverse portfolio of over 475 solar PV power generating facilities located in the United States, Puerto Rico, Spain and Italy. ESA's scope of services includes financing, engineering, construction, testing and operation and maintenance. With headquarters in Castellon Spain, ESA has additional offices in Florida, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, France and Italy. For more information about ESA Renewables, LLC, please visit http://www.esarenewables.com or call 407-268-6455.

Media Contact:
Jennifer Pagan
ESA Renewables, LLC
Marketing Coordinator
407-268-6455

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