Solar for Developers
Make your property stand out from the crowd with solar power.
Solar power systems for commercial and residential development properties can help lock in secure, predictable energy costs for decades to come.
Boost the economic viability of investment properties with low energy costs for tenants. Ideal Energy can assist in setting up metering agreements between tenants and landlords.
Types of projects we service:
AFFORDABLE HOUSING | RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISIONS | COMMERCIAL RENTAL PROPERTIES
CONDOS & APARTMENTS | CONVERTED SCHOOLHOUSES
Ideal Energy’s in-house design, construction and service teams
manage all aspects of our solar installations with professional engineering,
procurement and construction (EPC) services.
Permitting & Construction
Power Up & Start Monitoring
We're Here For You
Outstanding Customer Service
The installation is only the beginning of our energy partnership.
Our welcoming staff is happy to answer any questions, help monitor your usage and production, dispatch field service when needed, and anything else your Ideal Energy journey requires.
Founded in 2009, Ideal Energy is Iowa’s pioneering solar company.
Our significant installation experience, comprehensive portfolio, and innovative financing have made us a qualified leader in the Midwest.
Winning with Solar
Don’t take our word for it, hear from the developers & landlords benefiting from Ideal Energy solar solutions.
Here are a few of their stories.
A Case Study
Plus, my tenants love being able to say that their business is powered by clean energy.”
DOUG GREENFIELD, COMMERCIAL DEVELOPER
A Case Study
PROJECT OF THE YEAR
TODD SCHNEIDER, OWNER, SCHOOL HOUSE APARTMENTS
WHAT CAN SOLAR DO FOR YOU?
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*Estimated 25 year utility savings are above and beyond the installed system cost with incentives, and are based on current utility electrical rates and predicted future utility rates. Production data is based on NREL and PV Watts.