Our employee-owners are experts in utility-scale solar project engineering, design and construction project management. Recognized nationally for professionalism and top-quality workmanship, we’ve built over 84 MW of solar projects including a variety of rooftop arrays, solar carports, ground-mounted arrays, and single-axis trackers.
Avoid change orders and mitigate risk with expert project designs and construction-ready project documentation that meet applicable codes, productions goals, aesthetic requirements, and budget constraints.
Access the solar equipment best-suited for your project specifications from leading manufacturers at competitive pricing through our membership in the Amicus Solar Cooperative, which pools the purchasing power of over 50 solar companies nationwide.
Recognized widely for quality workmanship, we’ve constructed over 84 MW of solar projects, including rooftop arrays, solar carports, ground-mounted arrays, and single-axis trackers throughout the country.
With extensive experience and “skin in the game,” our NABCEP-certified employee-owners are uniquely driven to deliver top-quality workmanship while constructing solar projects safely, professionally, on time and on budget.
– Otto Van Geet, P.E., LEED AP, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
We’ve completed projects in utility districts across the US. Our proven track record means we can navigate your project from initial planning through financing, permitting, interconnection, construction and final commissioning. Safely, professionally, on-time, and on budget.
Namasté Solar was awarded a contract to design and construct a 3.5 MW single-axis tracker for Loveland Power & Water, the municipal utility serving Loveland, Colorado. The array replaced the Idylwilde hydroelectric facility, which was damaged during a major flood in 2013.
In 2016, Namasté Solar partnered with Vermont based developer Encore Renewable Energy to provide engineering, procurement, and construction services for two 1.4 MW ground-mounted solar arrays for two municipal electric departments in Vermont.
Thanks to a grant from the NY-Sun initiative, the town of Williamson, New York is now powering all of its municipal offices with solar energy. This 1.5 MW ground-mounted solar array was constructed on a former landfill site. The system is operated by Kenyon Energy.