Premier Power Renewable Energy achieves ISO certification


Premier Power Renewable Energy has achieved ISO certification for its Italian subsidiary. This certification is an international quality management standard focused on fulfilling customer requirements, enhancing customer satisfaction and continually improving business performance.

Premier Power is now one of the first fully integrated engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and development firms to receive the ISO 9001:2008 certification. In order to become eligible for this certification, Premier Power’s quality management system needed to pass the rigorous external audit required by the ISO 9001 standards. The certification lasts for three years, giving Premier an advantage among other EPC companies in the solar arena.

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“We are honored to have earned this certification, which is extremely rare among solar EPC firms,” said Miguel de Anquin, chief operating officer of Premier Power. “For us ISO 9001 compliance is an on-going process, as our quality management, rigorous solar plant engineering and proactive customer service promote continuous improvement within the company. The ISO 9001 certification, in conjunction with Premier’s high customer satisfaction rate, demonstrates our strong commitment to the highest quality design, engineering and construction of our solar systems. The ISO’s stamp of approval assures our customers that we are providing them the highest quality and most reliable solar systems.”

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