Services We Provide

Ground-mounted solar installations involve the placement of solar panels on the ground, typically in open areas such as fields, meadows, or unused land. These installations are commonly used for larger solar energy projects and have several advantages:

Optimal Sunlight Exposure

Ground-mounted solar panels can be positioned and tilted to maximize exposure to sunlight throughout the day. This flexibility ensures that the panels capture the maximum amount of energy possible.


Ground-mounted solar systems can be easily scaled to accommodate a wide range of energy generation needs. They are suitable for utility-scale solar farms as well as smaller commercial or industrial applications.

Unlike rooftop solar, which depends on the size and condition of a building’s roof, ground-mounted systems do not have the same space limitations. This makes them suitable for locations where rooftop installations may not be feasible.

Ground-mounted systems are typically easier to access for maintenance and cleaning. Technicians can easily inspect and service the panels, which contributes to the system’s long-term performance and efficiency.

Ground-mounted systems can be less expensive to install than rooftop systems in some cases because they don’t require roof modifications or structural reinforcements. Additionally, installation labor costs may be lower.

Ground-mounted solar can make productive use of otherwise unused or underutilized land. This can be particularly beneficial for landowners and communities looking to generate revenue from their land while preserving its primary use.

Ground-mounted solar can be deployed in remote areas where access to the electrical grid may be limited. In such cases, it can serve as a decentralized source of power generation.

Ground-mounted solar projects can also be designed as community solar initiatives, allowing multiple residents or businesses to benefit from a shared solar installation.

When planned and managed appropriately, ground-mounted solar installations can have a minimal environmental impact. They can be integrated with wildlife-friendly practices and provide habitat for native plants and animals.

Ground-mounted systems often have the space to incorporate energy storage solutions like batteries, making it possible to store excess energy for use during cloudy days or nighttime.