TUCSON, AZ, July 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
ABCO Energy, Inc, (OTC PINK: ABCE) announced that they have signed more residential contracts in the first six months of 2018 than in any previous year. The signed agreements will provide the company with a backlog of work to be completed during the third and fourth quarter of 2018. The total residential contracts are approximately $1,250,000 and the commercial projects total $231,000. This sales record is an increase of approximately 148% over the same period in the prior year which totaled $1,002,000.
“After seeing a profit in the first quarter of 2018 on record sales, we are beginning to see a number of changes in our market that will provide profit opportunities throughout the rest of the year. We are struggling with hiring problems due to availability of construction workers in Arizona but have been able to cope with the growth with intensive management, training and quality hiring” said Charles O’Dowd, President of ABCO Energy. “We have a very large pipeline of quoted commercial work at this time and are hopeful that we will sign and find customer financing for the projects we have in the loop”.
A Typical Arizona Solar Project by ABCO
ABCO Energy is in the Photo Voltaic (PV) solar systems industry, the LED and energy efficient lighting business, is a dealer for a solar powered air conditioning system. The Company plans to build out a network of operations in major cities in the USA to establish a national base of service operations centers. This combination of services, solar PV, solar HVAC systems and LED lighting provides the Company with a solid base in the growth markets of renewable energy applications. On July 1, 2018, we operated in Tucson, Arizona and provided installation and services to other cities from our Tucson offices. The Company plan is to expand to more locations in North America in the next year as funding becomes available.
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