JPMorgan Chase orders more solar modules from Genie Energy for installation at its facilities in the U.S.

Genie Energy's solar manufacturing subsidiary, Prism Solar, received the additional purchase orders

Genie Energy Ltd. is an American energy company headquartered in Newark, New Jersey. It is a holding company comprising Genie Retail Energy, Genie Retail Energy International, Genie Energy Services, and Genie Energy Oil and Gas.

New Jersey — Genie Energy, announced that its solar manufacturing subsidiary, Prism Solar, has received additional purchase orders from JPMorgan Chase Bank (JPMorgan Chase) to supply solar modules for installation at JPMorgan Chase facilities nationwide.

JPMorgan Chase and Prism Solar previously reached a module supply agreement pursuant to which Prism Solar was named Preferred Supplier for the 2017-2020 JPMorgan Chase Solar PV (Photovoltaic) Installation Program for locations in the USA.

Prism Solar, based in Highland, NY, is a fast-growing supplier of monofacial and bifacial solar modules assembled in the United States. The company is recognized globally as the first supplier of Quality Plus Certified, glass-on-glass, bifacial solar modules, and as the developer of the original design and modeling tools essential for forecasting and optimizing the energy-generating performance of bifacial solar systems.

Prism Solar is a wholly-owned subsidiary of PlusEnerG, in which Genie Energy holds a majority stake. PlusEnerG is a leading provider of complete roof-top solar energy solutions for commercial clients. PlusEnerG’s offerings are optimized to provide the industry’s lowest cost of energy in the commercial and industrial markets

Randy Stewart, CEO of PlusEnerG Inc., said, “PlusEnerG and Prism Solar offerings are designed to help clients meet their renewable power goals. The quality and versatility of our photovoltaic solutions enable us to tailor site-specific solutions optimized for demanding applications in the Commercial and Industrial sector. Our work for JPMorgan Chase reflects the value of this approach for the most sophisticated clients.”

“We are extremely proud to contribute to JPMorgan Chase’s effort to reach 100% renewable power,” said Michael Stein, CEO of Genie Energy. “JPMorgan Chase has become a leader in the effort to move the world toward clean, environmentally sustainable energy. Their commitment to renewable power has set an example for organizations globally.”

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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