50 Years of Combined Experience
Experienced and Trusted Team
NewGen Energy is one of the leading alternative energy system providers in California, specializing in various alternative energy systems such as solar PV, energy storage, and backup power solutions for the agricultural sectors, commercial, industrial, as well as homeowners.
As a third-generation electrical and alternative energy contractor, we leverage over two decades of experience serving businesses, non-profits, and homeowners across the state of California.
NewGen Energy operates as a full-service provider: Our size and experience empower us to design unique alternative energy solutions and install the proposed solar PV systems to maximize ROIs and add value to your investment.
Our emphasis lies on the reliability, safety, and quality of our systems.
As one of the most trusted alternative energy contractors in the Central Valley, we are dedicated to designing unique solutions that meet your financial, social, and environmental goals for decades to come.
We trace our roots back to agribusiness leaving an unmatched understanding of the sector’s needs and unique challenges. With our agriculture background, meticulous attention to detail, and over 50 MWs of combined Solar and Energy Storage project experience ensure we surpass expectations on every project we undertake.
From the initial site assessment to asset management and custom-tailored solar systems, we design and implement timeless solutions.
NewGen Energy’s [CEO], Abe Emard grew up on his family farm in Penryn, California. He worked on the ranch throughout his childhood and late teen years, developing a keen understanding of the agribusiness. Later on, he branched into the commercial and industrial electrical industry and together with his family, grew the company. When Abe’s father retired, he moved to Northern California where he currently operates nearly 2000 acres of alfalfa, rye, and around 300 head of cattle. Abe leveraged his experience in electrical and general contracting but moved his focus to renewable energy sources, starting his own solar and alternative energy business in 2009. He and his brothers still help out on the ranch with larger events like the annual harvest, planting, cattle drives, and more.