DSD Earns Supplier Sustainability Award from Verizon
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — May 11, 2021 — Distributed Solar Development (DSD), a leading commercial and industrial solar developer, operator, and asset owner, announced today it was selected as a winner of Verizon’s 2021 Supplier Sustainability Award.
“Verizon is leading the way with a strong vision for sustainability and has demonstrated its commitment to reducing its climate impact through action”
To date, DSD has installed 7.38MW of canopy, rooftop, and ground mount solar solutions at seven Verizon locations across California, Florida, and Georgia, with another 4MW in development at sites in New Jersey and New York.
“Verizon is leading the way with a strong vision for sustainability and has demonstrated its commitment to reducing its climate impact through action,” says Eric Pollock, Chief Commercial Officer at DSD. “We are honored to be recognized for our part in helping to bring Verizon closer to its ambitious renewable energy goals and look forward to growing the relationship moving forward.”
About Distributed Solar Development
Distributed Solar Development (DSD) is transforming the way organizations harness clean energy. With unparalleled capabilities including development, structured financing, project acquisition and long-term asset ownership, DSD creates significant value for our commercial, industrial and municipal customers and partners. Backed by world-leading financial partners like BlackRock Real Assets and rooted in our founding at GE with a 120+ year legacy of innovation, our solar energy team brings a distinct combination of ingenuity, rigor, and accountability to every project we manage, acquire, own and maintain. To learn more about our industry-leading solar energy solutions, visit dsdrenewables.com and be sure to connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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