Nexamp celebrates new headquarters in downtown Boston

Nexamp celebrates its new state-of-the-art headquarters in downtown Boston. The new location at 101 Summer Street offers a number of advantages to the business, including improved access to a highly skilled workforce and proximity to the innovation shaping the new energy economy in the North East. and across the country. Nexamp marked this milestone with an open house gala on Monday, February 4, which brought together business leaders, elected officials, partners and valued customers.

Featuring an open floor plan and a variety of collaborative spaces on both floors, the new 22,000 square foot office is designed to foster creativity and teamwork among the workforce. expanding work. The company now employs over 125 team members and plans to add many more in the coming year.

“Location was a very important consideration for us as we weighed our options,” said Nexamp CEO Zaid Ashai. “We’re close to metro and commuter train stations, we’re in a vibrant commercial and commercial area, and we’re surrounded by some of the country’s largest innovation companies. Our new office makes it easier to recruit a diverse selection of the right talent, providing a productive environment for career growth and development. “

Founded in 2007 by two military veterans determined to reduce the country’s dependence on fossil fuels, Nexamp has a growing portfolio of solar power generation capabilities across the country. The company manages the entire life cycle of the solar project, from development, design and construction to financing, operation and maintenance. Nexamp’s innovative community solar program features large-scale solar panels that make solar energy accessible to everyone, from homeowners and tenants to small businesses and nonprofits, with nothing to install, no credit checks or long-term contract, and no upfront costs.

In her remarks at the event, Abigail Ross Hopper, President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), said: “Nexamp is a prime example of how companies in the energy market solar energy and storage are becoming more diverse and better able to bring clean energy to all consumers, regardless of their location, income or knowledge of solar energy. This is an important element to ensure the leadership role of solar energy in the future of our country focused on renewable energies. Nexamp’s growing workforce and its new head office are an asset to our common industry.

The new head office joins Nexamp’s other offices in Haverhill, Massachusetts; New York City; Chicago; Washington DC; Providence, Rhode Island and San Diego. Serving a rapidly expanding network of individuals, homeowners, businesses and communities who benefit from its nationally distributed portfolio of solar assets, Nexamp is laying the groundwork for a cleaner energy future, safer and more resilient.

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