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Baker Renewable Energy, the Southeast’s Leader in Renewable Energy System Design & Installation

Baker Renewable Energy (BRE) is an engineering, procurement and construction contractor (EPC) offering renewable energy solutions for solar photovoltaic plants, wind turbines, and solar hot water systems. BRE provides feasibility, engineering, permitting, construction, commissioning and O&M services for industrial, commercial, and government solutions, catering directly to the needs of the clients and the characteristics of the facilities. With experience in a variety of deal structures, BRE helps clients understand each available renewable energy option and arms clients with the information necessary to make the right choice.

Baker Renewable Energy is a premier provider of renewable energy and clean building strategies for commercial, residential and institutional customers. As a division of Baker Roofing Company, founded in 1915, Baker has become a recognized leader in the industry; with such awards as Engineering News Records SE Specialty Contractor of the Year (2011).

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Always Good Work

In 1915 W.P. Baker hung a sign in his downtown Raleigh shop indicating that Baker Roofing (then Baker Rawls Tin Shop) was open for business. That sign read, “We shall do good work. At a profit if we can, at a loss if we must, but always good work.” Today that sign still hangs in our Raleigh headquarters still epitomizes the values that drive us daily. Since that day in 1915, Baker has grown to become one of the Nation’s largest and most respected specialty contractors. The company now has 18 locations throughout the Southeast and performs work across the US as well as internationally. Our Company has completed quality work on: military bases, historic buildings, university stadiums, hospitals, schools, as well as our own neighbors’ houses. No project is too big or too small.