What We Can Do For You... Engineering. Installation. Construction. Procurement. Maintenance. Financing.
- Site Assessments
- Solar Technology Comparisons & System Sizing
- Energy Modeling
- Complete Roof Surveys
- Equipment Location Survey & Planning
- Grid-Interconnection Survey & Planning
- Shading Analysis
- Array Layouts
- Single Line Diagrams
- Team Members are LEED Certified
- Design of Equipment Pads & Shade Structures
- Structural Calculations
Installation / Construction
The company holds a General Contractor B license in the State of California, and is able to work on Federal and non Federal sites nationwide. Solar Power Integrators has worked on types of federal construction projects as a construction manager and general contractor and is able to self -perform as required. The company has been awarded and worked on more than twenty solar energy projects for the Federal Government.
The company’s subcontractor strategies are the product of more than 36 years of experience working on complex projects of all types. The company is able to utilize local labor for its projects to promote local green economies, while also ensuring top of the industry skill sets.
Solar Power Integrators has completed a number of high profile solar projects for the Federal Government including multiple VA Medical Centers, the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, the General Services Agency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture – Foresty Department, the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wild Life.
Solar Power Integrators is technology “neutral” and maintains relationships with a variety of manufacturers, ensuring market pricing for all source of items.
Solar Power Integrators has a system of Operations and Maintenance strategy utilizing remote monitoring, manufacturer warranty diligence, and local contracts to offer ongoing maintenance and reporting for solar energy systems of all sizes.
Solar Power Integrators has partnered with solar system owners and investors, and is able to provide power purchase agreement structured financing for distributed generation projects, and larger utility-scale projects.