Houston Business Journal Selects MittGroup in 2020 Best Places to Work

Alan Gray

The Houston Business Journal has selected MittGroup, in its first year of business, as one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Houston. MittGroup says it has quickly become one of the fastest-growing companies in the country. This is especially remarkable as the business is a new startup.

It isn't surprising that MittGroup is growing fast because it is a sales and marketing firm focused on providing services to renewable energy companies, a growing segment that needs help to reach new customers.

Accepting The Houston Business Journal award, MittGroup CEO Grant Mitterlehner praised his team for their work supporting clients.

As part of its growth plans, the company plans to open offices in both Dallas and Austin by the fourth quarter 2020.

Mitterlehner says the company's approach is to partner with some of the top solar companies in the nation to deliver nationwide installs in both residential and commercial property spaces. The young CEO says their rapid growth is evident from the fact they are on track to install almost 2 megawatts of solar in 2020.

"This is a testament to how great of a team we have; a company is only as good as its people, so we are extremely honored to receive this award"
- CEO Grant Mitterlehner.

As well as providing solar power for residential and commercial clients, MittGroup arranges solar financing and battery storage and free solar quotes.

At 25, The Houston Business Journal says Grant Mitterlehner is a rising star who has quickly made a name for himself as one of the top young CEOs in the country.

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By Alan Gray

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