The experts at SolarCon have over 20 years of renewable energy experience to help build power facilities, including solar, wind, and geothermal, throughout the United States.

SolarCon crews are based in Omaha, Nebraska and eastern Iowa. From home base, they are deployed to install and maintain solar fields in from West Point, Nebraska to Kansas; from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Sioux City. SolarCon work daily in a days drive of Omaha but are insured for solar jobs in all of the US.

When renewable energy projects move successfully to the “pre-construction” phase, our team serves as the lead project adviser, working closely with engineering, finance, and commercial teams toward the successful financing and construction of the project. SolarCon oversees the process of securing the necessary land rights, interconnection rights, building permits, property tax agreements and all other rights/permits required for project green-lighting, completion, and sustainability.

We work with property owners to develop renewable energy projects on their land or buildings. We leverage a disciplined site selection, evaluation, and development process to maximize value for our project development partners.

We vet our solar panel, racking and electrical components extensively. It is critical to install quality products for long lasting, worry free solar production.

Our solar installations have spanned large commercial solar farms, business buildings and farms. Each installation takes the right coordination of local government entities, the local utility company and licensed electricians.

SolarCon can sc 4provide tools to manage your solar installation for years to come. There are internet apps for monitoring production. SolarCon can provide maintenance contracts to check and clean your solar installation on a contracted basis. SolarCon can also landscape around your panels to give you weed control for worry free management of your solar farm.

SolarCon Experience

• Identifying project locations based on: understanding solar, wind and geothermal resources, transmission, permitting, and energy market factors.

• Tracking state and local policy developments relevant to renewable energy.

• Overseeing the project-permitting process (management of subcontractors required to prepare all necessary application materials and environmental evaluations).

• Negotiating commercial and contractual terms for land control, including leases, lease options, and Grid interconnection processes (including project sizing and preliminary design).

• Leading a team of installers on a daily basis to provide direction, management, and quality control.

• Working closely with engineering teams on detailed project design and selection of 
contractors and general project management.

• Working closely with commercial teams to identify potential power off-takers and securing long-term power and renewable credit sales agreements.

• Working closely with finance teams to secure project financing, including the preparation of project information memorandum, project presentations to lenders, liaison with lenders, and advisers.

• Establishing and strengthening community and stakeholder

Commercial Projects Portfolio