Nobell Energy: Proud Supporter of Northbay Health
Title Sponsor Nobell Energy Solutions LLC,  Mark Watkins, CEO, and his Commercial Solar-Storage installation team partners have committed to donating $100,000 to the Northbay Health Foundation at the Northbay Jubilee Gala Event at the Sunrise Event Center in Vacaville on 10-27-23.
Nobell Energy Solutions LLC’s Installation team consists of the following partners: Commercial Solar Developers Ken & Terrie Stout of Clean Energy Funding Solutions. Frank Danlin, General Contractor from Danlin Corporation, Bill Brooks, PE Engineer from Brooks Engineering, and Cris Manickam-Shirley, Storage Developer from Swell Energy. Nobell Energy Solution LLC and its partners recently committed to donating $100,000 to the Northbay Health Foundation.
Nobell Energy Solutions and installation team partners specialize in helping schools, municipalities, churches, public works, residential condominiums, and commercial and industrial sites go green and realize energy savings from renewable sources.  Nobell Energy is a 10-year-old company that develops distributed and small utility-scale renewable energy systems at host customer sites in the western United States. Nobell Energy specializes in behind-the-meter solar systems, with or without battery storage, that reduce their customers’ energy bills, provide resiliency in case of utility grid outages, and are good for the environment. 
Nobell Energy Solutions, with its installation team partners, are currently working in engineering and developing solar and storage systems for the entire Northbay Health Hospitals, Business Centers, and Clinics throughout Solano County of up to 4.5 Mw + Solar and Storage Systems at various times and locations, throughout 2023 thru 2025, which will help generate huge utility savings and reduce CO2 emissions tremendously for all of the Northbay Health Facilities.


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