Horizon Solar Power Receives High Ranking on Solar Power World's 2016 Top 500 Solar Contractors List

TEMECULA, CA -- Horizon Solar Power (HSP) has again been named on Solar Power World's highly respected list of the top solar contractors in North America. Ranking in at an impressive No. 5 in rooftop contractors on this year's list, HSP is also honored to rank No. 10 in residential-scale contractors, No. 21 in California contractors, and No. 73 overall in North America. HSP continues to rise in the rankings year over year, having previously been listed No. 43 in residential-scale contractors and No. 133 overall in North America on the 2013 list. They have also seen huge jumps in their rank for rooftop contractors and California solar contractors since first ranking No. 21 and No. 41 on those lists, respectively, in 2014.

Solar Power World's Top Solar Contractors list is the most recognized listing of North America's leading solar contractors in the utility, commercial, residential and off-grid markets. Recognizing the hard work by solar contractors across the continent, the companies ranked on this list are growing the economy, providing jobs and offering an alternative, environmentally conscious power choice to consumers and businesses.

With projections from global research firm, GTM Research, expecting the U.S. solar market to grow 119% this year, it's an increasingly competitive market, and is especially significant to be a leading company in this flourishing industry. HSP currently employs 650 people and has installed 33.25 MW of solar since its founding in 2008, becoming recognized as Southern California's most trusted provider of solar power solutions. Its reputation stems from the company's commitment to providing superior and dependable service, while offering the highest quality in solar power equipment throughout Southern California and beyond.

For more information, visit http://www.horizonsolarpower.com

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