Cal Solar Inc. has announced a formal launch of its Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) division to serve solar and energy development companies by leveraging its team of in-house engineers, estimators, and state-wide installation crews.
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Cal Solar Inc. is able to serve customers effectively due to its in-house team of 10 engineers and in-house team of over 100 installers and field personnel throughout California. This enables solar developers and IPPs looking to go to one solar EPC for all of their California projects rather than select 2-3 regional EPCs to complete their projects.
Cal Solar Inc. is one of the largest providers of solar, energy storage, and EV charging to commercial, multifamily, and public works projects. The company has completed over 600 projects in over 140 different building departments and interconnected systems in over 13 electric service utilities in California.
“Our EPC services division is a natural extension of our existing business as we self-perform everything from initial design and engineering to installation and service,” says CEO Sean Neman. “With local crews covering every sub-area of California, we can deliver on multi-site portfolios in a way other installers simply cannot.”
The team is led by Aron Hauser, who has already begun serving some of the nation’s largest distributed energy developers.
Hauser: “Because of the size of our self-perform crews, we’re able to dynamically schedule on a weekly basis and can mobilize for near-term projects on very little notice and deliver an exceptional experience. Whether it is a design-build or build-only project, we are in a unique position to be of service to the market.”
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