NEC Solar is a family-owned and operated company. Part of Newport Electric Construction Corp.
We treat our customers as a part of our family and treat their homes with the utmost respect as if they were our own.
We install the highest-quality components for your home’s solar-powered system. Whether it be the panels themselves or your system’s inverter, you can sleep easy at night knowing that NEC Solar provided your home with a top-of-the-line system!
NEC Solar is a full-service company. Our team will be with you from your first consultation to the installation of your system. We provide full residential and commercial electrical services. We are one of the few fully in-house solar power companies in New England, meaning we do not subcontract any third-party installers. We are proud to offer workmanship warranties and a customer service team that is here for YOU!
We have decades of experience helping homeowners just like you.
NEC-Solar is committed to giving back to the communities in which we work and live in. Team members actively volunteer in their communities, while the company sponsors many nonprofits throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. NEC-Solar is proud to sponsor environmental groups and their events, including the Audubon Society of RI (Raptor weekend), Save The Bay-Narragansett Bay (collaboration to host an international coastal cleanup at McCorriePoint Beach), Clean Ocean Access, MCAN, JCAN, The Environmental Voter Project, Eco RI News, and the Rhode Island Environmental Education Association. We are also proud sponsors of Aids Care Ocean State (drag bingo), Child & Family RI (Thanksgiving food drive), and the Providence Community Library System (educational workshops), and more!
We are passionate about renewable energy! Our team focuses on educating the public about the dangers that fossil fuels pose to our world today and about the benefits of solar power! We host online and in-person events/workshops throughout the Rhode Island/Massachusetts area to help educate others about the benefits of solar energy. In the past, we’ve held free solar power educational workshops throughout the Providence Community Library System. With the onset of COVID-19, our classroom setting has changed to on-line platforms like Zoom.