Prologis Ranks Third in Solar, Following Target and Walmart

Prologis ranked third among all U.S. companies for solar installations in 2017 with 120.7 megawatts, according to the sixth annual edition of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) “Solar Means Business” report.

SEIA, the national trade association for the U.S. solar industry, tracks solar energy installations across the U.S. and publishes “Solar Means Business,” which reports on annual solar adoption by companies in the U.S.

Prologis ranks 3rd in installed solar capacity.

Prologis ranks 3rd in installed solar capacity.


The report cited Prologis’ 11.8-percent year-over-year growth from an installed base of 108 megawatts in 2016. Prologis ranked just behind Target and Walmart for most megawatts of total installed solar for the second consecutive year. In the 2012 inaugural “Solar Means Business,” Prologis ranked 18th. The company’s rapid ascent speaks to Prologis’ commitment to deploying its rooftops to produce clean energy.  

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