Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Black-Owned Solar Energy Company

Unlimited Energy is a Black-owned solar energy company base in Fresno, California. Unlimited Energy has installed hundreds of photovoltaic solar systems throughout the state.

Owner Mr. Tommie L. Nellon Jr., left (red shirt), started his company in 1984 and he is the first and only African-American solar contractor in the State of California.

Unlimited Energy has one of the largest install crews in the state and has installed more than 1 million square feet of solar panels for homes, schools and businesses. That's enough electricity to power a small city. Due to their ability to deliver on-time and under budget, Unlimited Energy is often used by other solar companies to design and install their small and large solar projects.

For more information. Or call 559-486-2266.


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Unknown said...

Wow. Unlimited ener

Unknown said...

Unlimited energy. A black owned solar energy company in Fresno Ca. Black entrepreneurs are in every field you can think of. There is no need that a black entrepreneur can't fill. Cause whatever our community needs, there is a black entrepreneur that can fill it. So we should support the black owned businesses in our community more so we can create intergenerational wealth in our families and our neighborhoods.

Anonymous said...

How can I help integrate your company on the east coast.
Todd Junius Edward Hunter.

Unknown said...

I am a solar sales rep in the SW part of the US and would love to see what opportunities that can be done over here on this coast. Please email me at solarenergysaves@gmail.com. Thanks!