GPS is one of the larger providers of solar products in Southwestern United State. Our established relationships and volume pricing with top manufacturers ensure a strong product pipeline, logistics and support. By passing on the benefits of our relationships and economies of scale, we create a highly competitive procurement offering while taking on the responsibility of sourcing materials.
GPS matches the optimal technology with the project requirements ensuring that the most cost effective solution is provided. Our independent stature enables us to choose among all suppliers for the best overall solution for your solar system needs. We have the experience and capabilities required to effectively manage commercial scale solar equipment.
Along with design, fabrication and Management, GPS can supply all necessary balance of the works components associated with commercial and residential solar power systems from a variety of manufacturers.. The following is a list of common solar power equipment.
When a job site is about to begin, we will contact you to schedule a start date. From that point on, we make sure you are completely aware of everything being constructing. Our team is sensitive to the fact that we will be in your home or business, so we strive to make sure that your property is safe and clean. When we drive away from the completed job, your property will be in the same condition as it was when we arrived. To view our portfolio of some of our completed jobs please Click Here.
Phase 1. Preliminary feasibility assessment, including data gathering and budgeting, that culminates in a Letter of Intent. This phase typically lasts only a few weeks.
Phase II. Design and project finalization period during which GPS completes the financial agreement and applies for incentives and rebates on behalf of the customer. At the same time, the physical system is designed and engineered, all appropriate permits are obtained and the system’s components are purchased. The timing of this phase varies greatly by system size and complexity, but typically lasts 2 to 4 months.
Phase III. A 2 -to- 6 month phase of engineering, procurement, construction, inspection approvals and interconnection with the facility’s existing electrical infrastructure and the utility grid.
Phase IV. On-going operation and maintenance for the life of the PPA.