Inc. 5000 names EnviroSolar Power and Founder, Abe Issa, for a Second Time in its Elite Business Showcase
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Inc. 5000 names EnviroSolar Power and Founder, Abe Issa, for a Second Time in its Elite Business Showcase

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 3:30 PM
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EnviroSolar Power is named among America's top private companies for a second time, courtesy of this year's prestigious Inc. 5000 rankings.

DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE / November 17, 2021 / The latest in an ever-growing list of awards for EnviroSolar Power, the clean energy company has once again earned a coveted spot amid this year's Inc. 5000 rankings. America's leading provider of solar, smart home, and security solutions, the accolade is the result of impressive and continued growth during the past three years.

EnviroSolar Power is a pioneering clean energy company focused on both residential and commercial solar solutions. The firm caters to individuals, families, other businesses, and more, all looking to generate their own power.

Inc. 5000 recognition for EnviroSolar Power in 2021 comes following a recorded 129 percent growth rate over the course of the past 36 months. It's a repeat honor for the company, too, after the clean energy pioneers previously ranked second on the list in 2017.

Established in 2012, EnviroSolar Power exists on the principle of helping its clients to transform their properties into self-sustaining solar energy machines. While other companies may sell and manage products in the same field, EnviroSolar wholeheartedly specializes, it says, in its customers experiencing the maximum benefits of clean, renewable power, and, with that, significantly reduced energy costs.

The firm and its team, whose goal is to see 15 percent of America's electric grid run by solar power by 2025, look to wrap up 2021 and head into 2022 at number 2,976 on this year's Inc. 5000 leaderboard.

A hallmark of entrepreneurial success

Despite a difficult time for many companies amid current struggles stemming from the ongoing global health crisis, business overall is booming in the U.S., according to media outfit Inc.

Best known for the iconic Inc. magazine, the New York City-based publisher is also the name behind the annual, highly prestigious list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. First published in 2007, the Inc. 5000 rankings are born out of the success of the Inc. 500 list, first introduced almost 40 years ago, back in 1982.

Now a hallmark of entrepreneurial success, household names such as Pandora, 7-Eleven, Zipcar, and have all previously been honored by the initiative. The Inc. 5000 list is further touted as a distinguished editorial awards presentation, a celebration of innovation, and an effective public relations showcase.

As a part of Inc.'s yearly rankings, top-performing businesses such as EnviroSolar Power are named by revenue, industry, state, metro area, number of employees, and more. The rankings also highlight and celebrate female-fronted and minority-led companies.

This year, the publisher and its team have recorded a median growth rate of 167 percent among 2021 Inc. 5000 honorees, responsible for a combined revenue of $248 billion. Together, entrants on the 2021 list-among which 529 are newly founded, and some 3,122 represent repeat honorees-are also to thank for creating over 2.5 million new jobs, according to the same records.

"It's fantastic to be recognized once again by Inc. and its team," says Abe Issa, the founder and former CEO of EnviroSolar Power. "The Inc. 5000 list provides a unique insight into the entrepreneurial landscape, capturing a broad spectrum of success in the process," he adds.

Issa is a multi-award-winning entrepreneur. The businessman has now been a leader in the clean energy and home improvement industries for over two decades. Phenomenal sales growth, both at EnviroSolar Power and elsewhere, has seen him earn considerable acclaim.

In addition to repeated Inc. 5000 recognition, EnviroSolar Power and Issa's other ventures have also been further acknowledged by Yahoo, Entrepreneur, The Business Journals, The Startup Weekly, Tech Times, and more.

Second venture from EnviroSolar Power founder also makes this year's Inc. 5000 list

Another of entrepreneur Abe Issa's firms also earns a spot amid the 2021 Inc. 5000 rankings for the first time this year. IntelliSmart Homes makes the list following a three-year growth rate of 236 percent.

Founded in 2017, IntelliSmart Homes is a leading provider of cutting-edge smart home solutions. The company promises smart home perfection to its clients, having now established itself as the number one provider of smart home systems customized to homeowners' unique lifestyles.

There's a clear synergy between EnviroSolar Power and IntelliSmart Homes as well, with the smart home solutions business also further keen to promote the energy-saving benefits of adopting a new, more innovative way of life. Nationwide, the company offers an ever-growing range of services to meet every one of its clients' desires for an efficient and secure home.

Using the latest breakthrough technologies, connecting almost any appliance or device that uses electricity to a smart home's network is possible, thanks to IntelliSmart Homes. Each of these can subsequently be commanded by voice, remote control, tablet, or smartphone. A home then reacts, whether that's the lighting, security features, or any one of a number of processes tied to energy management, such as thermostat regulation.

Founder and former CEO Abe Issa continues to lead market

As the founder and former CEO of both EnviroSolar Power and IntelliSmart Homes, Abe Issa has long been a pioneer within the energy efficiency space. He was also among the first to bring many of today's wider energy efficiency, smart home, and security solutions packages to the market, including breakthroughs in solar power.

Various businesses, such as Sunpro Solar, he says, followed immediately in his footsteps, with the Louisiana-headquartered firm, in particular, going on to become what's now the second-largest solar company in the country.

"The sales forces of a lot of these businesses came from my own energy efficiency and solar endeavors, and now provide huge revenue for other top players," reveals Issa. "I was the original expert and the first to do it," he adds, wrapping up, "so the industry, and these companies, have all been built directly through my personal sales expertise."

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