Our road to delivering renewable energy is paved with tenacity.
Driven by a mission to help solve the world’s energy problems, Borrego has spent the last 40 years developing, optimizing, delivering, and maintaining large-scale solar & storage projects. Looking at the road ahead, we’re pushing toward a new goal of becoming the leading U.S. provider of solar & energy storage by 2024.
Long record of success
Over the last 40 years, we’ve built more than 850 MW of solar and have more than 1 GW of utility-scale and commercial systems under management. From our early days as a solar pioneer and now a leading national solar and energy storage provider, we’ve grown steadily and sustainably — with a solid balance sheet and consistent profitability in an industry known for its ups and downs.
Deep technical expertise
Our team of skilled engineers, construction managers, electricians, and technicians optimize each system and guide our customers toward better decisions at critical points in every project’s life. We understand the longitudinal path of clean energy projects, from an idea through a worksite to an operating asset that performs well in the long run.
MISSION & VISION
Mission Driven Strategy
Since the beginning, our company mission — to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy — has stayed constant and guided all our strategic decisions. With demand for large-scale clean energy at its highest point in history and the industry shifting from megawatts to gigawatts, we’ve refocused our business to include utility-scale, along with large-commercial and community solar.
2020 – 2018
Company kicked off a “Gigawatt Revolution” and restructured the business into 3 independent businesses to achieve the goal of being the largest utility-scale & commercial solar & storage provider nationwide.
Borrego reached a significant milestone of having completed more than 500 megawatts of solar energy projects.
2016 – 2015
2013 – 2009
As awareness of solar technology increased and more state governments found creative ways to incentivize installations, the solar industry as a whole grew exponentially. This drove an expansion into new markets. In 2013 we opened an office in New York.
In 2009, Borrego shifted its strategic direction to focus exclusively on large commercial solar. We moved from installing kilowatts to megawatts.