We work with landowners, project developers, and business owners in Colorado, California and the Northeast to provide best-in-class commercial and utility-scale solar design, procurement, and construction services.
We develop project designs that meet applicable codes, productions goals, aesthetic requirements, and budget constraints with a focus on avoiding change orders and mitigating risk. Our construction-ready, engineered project documentation includes: detailed designs and site plan, array layouts, structural engineering, engineered electrical plans, and monitoring design. Design documentation also includes production models for a system’s estimated performance, which can be integrated into financial models.
Namasté Solar has established relationships with global suppliers and manufacturers, allowing us to procure solar products backed by proven track records. As an independent installer, we’re able to procure products best-suited for your project specifications. We are a founding member of the Amicus Solar Cooperative, a purchasing cooperative that is jointly owned and democratically managed by 33 member companies, with 43 office locations across 22 states collectively. Through Amicus, our project team will facilitate equipment procurement for your project from leading manufacturers at competitive pricing.
Our team constructs projects on schedule with technical integrity and a demonstrated commitment to safety. With North American Board of Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Certified Solar PV Installers on staff, as well as Master and Journeyman Electricians, our construction and project management team brings exceptional experience to the field. Recognized widely for quality workmanship, the Namasté Solar construction team has implemented over 50 MW of solar projects, including a wide range of: rooftop arrays, solar carports, ground-mounted arrays, and single-axis trackers.
Download our 2017 Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) to learn more about our project team and our extensive experience.
Otto Van Geet, P.E., LEED AP, National Renewable Energy Laboratory