We Understand Your Business Goals
Businesses look to solar for many reasons:
- Financial stability and predictability
- Energy reliance
- Expense reduction
- Promotion and positioning
Genie Solar designs a custom solar solution for your business with your goals in mind.
Based on your location and business type we also identify applicable utility, state, and local incentives.
Our solutions are designed to fit your company’s needs and achieve your business goals.
We Design for Success
Genie Solar’s engineers and energy experts design a system based on your goals and your unique situation.
Genie’s experts discover your options:
– an idle roof can become a working asset
– parking spaces can be covered with solar panels
– building features can be designed to generate power and upgrade your company’s space
– brownfields can become an energy-generating opportunity instead of wasted space
A solar energy system is not one-size-fits-all. We customize a solution for your business.
Solar is one part of a comprehensive energy strategy. Our team is experienced in the full spectrum of energy supply, demand response, and even battery solutions. Genie Energy is your business’s long-term partner, working with you to maximize your efficiency as the market and incentives change. Genie’s multi-disciplined and experienced staff help build sustainable and energy resilient facilities for our clients.
Genie Solar specializes in Commercial and Industrial solar installations, and is part of the Genie Renewable branch of Genie Energy. Genie Solar includes Prism Solar Technologies, which manufactures bifacial solar panels in the US and Australia, as well as Citycon Solar, helping communities invest in solar energy, in addition to working with commercial and industrial applications of solar energy.
Genie Solar Energy reviews any existing energy supply contracts to understand the impact of solar may have on an existing agreement. Diversegy, a sister company and commercial energy advisor, has relationships with all the top suppliers in the country. It is important to ensure going solar will not incur fees due to material change language in a contract. In addition, your existing supplier may not support a net meter, also impacting your agreement.