ABOUT

Over 50MW and 100 Projects Built Since 2020

Experience in Solar

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­čî▓Performance of mechanical and DC scopes of work of solar rooftop systems. Mechanical experience includes installation of racking, panels, ballast blocks, wind deflectors, and grounding copper. DC experience includes installation of module-level power electronics ("MLPEs"), wiring of MLPEs to panels and in strings, installation of EMT and PVC conduit, installation of cable tray, running homeruns through conduit and tray, and management of all wires with proper clips and ties.

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­čî▓Performance of mechanical and DC scopes of work of ground mount systems. Mechanical experience includes installation of piles, racking, and panels. DC experience includes installation of Shoals harnesses, wiring panels to harnesses, running homeruns to combiner box, and management of all wires with proper clips and ties.

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­čî▓Rooftop systems installed: Aerocompact S2.1, Aerocompact COMPACTMETAL TS, DynoRaxx DynoGrip Evolution, EcoFoot2+, EcoFoot5D, IronRidge BX ballasted system, IronRidge XR rail system, KB Racking EkonoRack 2.0, PanelClaw clawFR, Solar Stack, Terragen roof system, and Unirac RM.

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­čî▓Ground mount systems installed: APA Solar Racking, Array Technologies single-axis tracker, OMCO Choice fixed-tilt, OMCO Origin single-axis tracker, Power Peak fixed-tilt, Terrasmart GLIDE Agile fixed-tilt, Terrasmart GLIDE Wave fixed-tilt, Unirac GFT, and Valmont tracker.

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­čî▓Work completed in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

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General Construction Experience and Background

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­čî▓Over 25 years of experience in commercial construction. Leadership and labor come with background in commercial drywall, metal framing, and acoustical ceilings with Roswell Drywall, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

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­čî▓Solar crews are made up of men who have worked in commercial metal framing and acoustical ceilings. These men were initially selected for training because their skills are most transferable to solar work. Skills include layout, work with metal framing and delicate material, and use of intricate fasteners and clips. These crews also have comfort working at high elevations and with heavy machinery while adhering to all OSHA and general contractor safety requirements.

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­čî▓Fully insured. Able to receive surety bond if required. Insurance includes $2,000,000 umbrella and $2,000,000 of commercial general liability per project.

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To discuss your project, please be in touch. We can't wait to install it.

Jason Sosnovsky

Chief Executive Officer

jsosnovsky@pineenergyllc.com

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