FES in the Spotlight

FES is in the business of providing superior quality energy efficient lighting for businesses. We're honored when partners and other organizations shine a spotlight on the great work we're doing.

Partnering with Charity Organizations

We believe in the importance of giving back. Our culture of kindness extends to charities that support the health and well-being of society's most precious members. Here are the charities we proudly support with our time and resources.

Full-color Ronald McDonald House Charity logo.
March of Dimes indigo logo representing the charity partnership between FES and March of Dimes.
Blue and pink full-color Mount Sinai logo.
Full-color Rays of Sunshine logo with the tagline.
Black and red Voices for Children Foundation, Inc. logo.
Full-color Miami Children's Museum logo.

Award-Winning, Energy Efficient Lighting Solutions

In recent years, FES has been the grateful recipient of numerous awards for our unique approach to business and eco-friendly lighting solutions. Every award we've received is a testament to our continuous commitment to driving our customers' growth and success.

Green and grey full-color Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce logo.

Top Entrepreneur Awards

Business of the Year

Badge received from The Golden Bridge Awards awarded to Future Energy Solutions for being the best worldwide.

Company Of the Year

Most Innovative Company

Grey and green Florida Trend best companies to work for in Florida award presented to FES.

Best 100 Companies List

Entrepreneur 360 Logo

Best Entrepreneurial Company

FES In The News

Our pledge to make it easier for businesses to make smart energy choices drives our mission forward. This commitment to quality, eco-friendly lighting, the success and strong relationships with our customers and partners has been recognized by publications like:

Interview with Daniel Gold, CEO at Future Energy Solutions

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Top Tools for Team Connectivity

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Future Energy Solutions focuses on energy efficiency

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