Benefit from the assistance of solar design & solar engineering experts as you determine the right system for your project. Solar engineering services help clients design, organize, and install solar projects. No matter the location or size of your project, engineers can help assess every aspect of your project. Both on-grid solar power systems and off-grid solar power systems need a skilled engineer. In some situations, engineers create plans and manage their implementation. They are responsible for reporting on cost, safety, and efficiency measures. Engineers bring skills in solar engineering, AutoCAD, and technical reporting.
Solar Engineering Services
- Consultations with clients
- Site assessments
- Designing custom modules
- Component selection and replacement
- Integrating systems
- Setting up remote monitoring
- Optimize size/load restrictions
- Testing PV systems
- Analyze environmental concerns (wind, ground stability, moisture)
- Conducting financial reporting
- Evaluating energy efficiency
- Determine system maintenance routine
Solar engineering services are your partner in design and implementation. They can also support the close-out process, including compliance, inspection, and final reporting. To ensure the best financial and ROI, everyone should schedule a consultation with a solar design & solar engineering expert. Otherwise, you risk improperly installing your solar system which could result in unreliable or dangerous performance.
Before you can determine the correct installation site for off-grid solar power systems, seek assistance from engineers to the most efficient set-up and location. For on-grid solar power systems, engineers are an excellent resource for assessing feasibility and predicting the most profitable layout and installation components. Optimize your solar power system by using solar design & solar engineering services.
A Feasibility Study or Customer Proposal is the first step in the solar installation project development lifecycle. During this study, a designer gathers the information necessary to assess the viability of solar using findings from multiple studies that identify critical design constraints and issues.The Feasibility Study, sometimes known as a Customer Proposal, helps anyone who is selling or buying solar to better understand the key details such as the location of arrays, bill of materials, expected production, and even financial indicators such as ROI and payback.
Contractors who don’t have the expertise or bandwidth to generate their own proposals or financial analysis trust GreenLancer’s network of solar specialty subcontractors to quickly and accurately deliver customer-ready proposals.
Before you install solar, the homeowner must get permission to operate and connect to the utility’s grid. This is true for all project types in all areas, including Residential, Commercial, and Utility scale projects. During this stage, a designer fills out the appropriate applications and manages the process through utility approval.Often the rules that govern the interconnection and application process can be very complicated, especially for larger systems. Beyond the interconnection application process itself, there may be rebate processing, design work, or other requirements that also need to be satisfied before permission is given.
There are over 3,300 utilities in the US, many with their own specific rules and processes that need to be navigated in order to get permission to push solar electrons back through the meter and into the grid. With affordable flat fees and no hourly charges, solar contractors have benefited by outsourcing all their utility interconnections through GreenLancer. Have confidence knowing GreenLancer’s partners know the rules and processes of every utility in the US and can manage the application process throughout.
Contractors installing solar can trust GreenLancer’s network of solar design and engineering firms to deliver permit-ready drawings, professional engineering reviews, and permit expediting services for all types of solar and storage projects.Often the rules that govern the Permit and application process can be very complicated, especially for larger systems. Beyond the permit application process itself, there may be inspections, revised design work, or other requirements that also need to be satisfied before permission is given.
There are over 18,000 jurisdictions in the US, many with their own specific rules and processes to install solar. With affordable flat fees and no hourly charges, solar contractors have benefited by outsourcing all their permit drawings through GreenLancer. Have confidence knowing GreenLancer’s partners know the rules and processes of every building department in the US, and can respond to any special requirements or redlines quickly.
GreenLancer’s network of Professional Engineering firms are specialized in solar and licensed and insured in the state(s) they operate. Oftentimes, a jurisdiction will require a Professional Engineer to review and apply their P.E. Stamp to the drawings, or require a letter stating the safety of the system that’s being proposed.A Professional Engineer’s structural and electrical seal is a safety precaution that demonstrates to the jurisdiction that the contractor had a licensed professional review the design, confirming that the project meets or exceeds all prevailing electrical and structural codes, permitting requirements, and safety standards.
GreenLancer’s network of Professional Engineering firms can be used on projects of all types, sizes, and in all markets, including applications like Storage, backup generators, and EV Charging. Shop from a variety of firms listing their specialized services with standard scopes, prices, delivery times based on the project size, application, and type.
- Structural Review
- Structural Analysis
- Structural Letters
- Structural Wet-Stamp
- Structural Digital Stamp
- Electrical Review
- Electrical Analysis
- Electrical Letters
- Electrical Wet-stamp
- Electrical Digital Stamp
- Civil Reviews
- Environmental Studies
- Geotechnical Studies
- Civil Wet-stamp
- Civil Digital Stamp
Growing your Solar business or installing Storage or an EV Charger to a solar system design and need some technical expertise? Does your solar business need some technical expertise for an upcoming project? GreenLancer’s Project Managers have experience integrating storage and EVC on a variety of project types. Need help navigating the local jurisdiction permitting requirements or the Utility’s interconnection process? GreenLancer’s Project Managers know how to help!GreenLancer’s Project Managers can work on any type of solar project, anywhere in the US. GreenLancer’s Project Managers are familiar with the Residential Code, the Commercial and Utility-scale solar development process. With hourly pricing, there is no guessing or RISK – use GreenLancer’s accredited Project Managers as needed to consult on your project, or add as a part-time resource for your team.
- Expert solar consulting on all design and installation techniques
- Schedule to attend conference calls and customer phone calls
- System design and performance modeling using the best software tools
- Equipment selection, BOM creation, and sourcing from the best suppliers
- Scheduling / Coordinating resources and events
- Interacting with GreenLancer to obtain Engineering Services
- Preparing permit and Utility interconnection applications
- Code compliance and Technical liaison with local jurisdiction
- Interacting with your software systems such as CRM, OEM tools
- Manage Inspection, Commissioning, Customer Close-out, and As-Builts
- Site Acquisition
- Feasibility Studies / Customer Proposals
- Environmental Studies
- Site Surveys
- FInancial Analysis
- Project Managers
- Interconnection Applications
- Single Lines & Layouts
- Full Permit Plans
- Engineering Review
- Permit Expediting
- Commercial Properties
- Multifamily Housing
- Rooftop Flat
- Rooftop Flush
- Rooftop Tilt-up
- Rooftop Ballasted
- Solar + UPS
- Solar + Storage
- Ground Mount Fixed
- Ground Mount Ballasted
- Floating Solar
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