Recognized by Regional Chamber of Commerce at Annual Chamber Choice Awards
Lake Mary, FL., June 7, 2010 – BlueChip Energy™, a provider of complete solar energy solutions for residential, commercial, government and utility applications, today announced it has been awarded Innovative Business Of The Year by the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce at its annual Chamber Choice Awards.
The award recognizes a company that has developed a new service or product, changed their strategy to be successful in difficult economic times, or used technology in new ways to create efficiencies. BlueChip Energy was acknowledged for its pioneering work in the Florida Solar Industry: being the first and only solar panel manufacturer in the State of Florida, being first to integrate manufacturing, engineering, procurement, construction, installation, operations, monitoring, and maintenance, and being the first alternative energy utility provider with 80 MW capacity.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Chamber and are committed to continue our innovation in alternative energy as well as our business community.” commented Lawrence Hefler, spokesperson for the company.
The Seminole County regional Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization representing a broad-based coalition of businesses organizations throughout Seminole County and Central Florida. Their funding comes from membership, special events, and publications. Although not a government agency, the Chamber works closely with the State of Florida, Seminole County, and the cities and officials. Seminole County cities are Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford, and Winter Springs.
BlueChip Energy LLC is an alternative energy utility provider delivering turnkey, predictably-priced, renewable electricity supply services for residential, commercial, government, and utility customers. BCE develops finances, constructs, operates, and monitors solar plants. BCE is a licensed provider of renewable solar energy as a qualifying power production facility of 80 MW, with the right to sell electricity to a utility. Additional information about the company is available at www.bluechipenergy.net.