How it Works

We start with a 360º assessment of your current energy usage.

From there, we create a personalized energy plan that can incorporate solar, batteries, LED lighting and other advanced energy technology.

Step 1
Complementary Analysis

We start with a complimentary analysis of your property and utility data to determine how solar, plus additional energy technologies like batteries and LED lighting could impact your operations.

We produce a preliminary budgetary guide to determine if the project will be a good fit.

Step 2
Engineering Study

We perform a sophisticated engineering study to evaluate your operation from top to bottom to the maximum value of solar. We assess electrical usage patterns, load requirements, utility rate structures, structural engineering features, and financial incentives.

Engineering studies can include advanced monitoring of equipment and load cycles.

STEP 3
Permitting & Construction

Your dedicated Project Manager will guide you through the entire installation process, coordinating all activities between project development and final commissioning. We handle all permits, inspections, and utility interconnection.

Our trained solar installers will complete a professional installation within the designated project time-frame.

Step 4
Power Up

Once the final inspections are complete and permission to operate is granted, its time to flip the switch and begin generating clean, solar energy.

Going forward, we offer complete O&M services and monitor all solar sites remotely to ensure your solar asset is smooth sailing.

WHAT CAN SOLAR DO FOR YOU?

Find out more with a honest, no pressure consultation with our team of solar experts.

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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.

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