Commercial, industrial, and agricultural solar and energy storage EPCs and developers in Minnesota trust SepiSolar to deliver complete permit-ready plan sets that ensure code compliance, decrease labor and material costs, and maintain project timelines.
SepiSolar’s NABCEP-certified engineers consider all utility and permitting requirements and project location and constraints. Following a project kick-off call with a senior engineer to discuss further details and objectives, SepiSolar designs and engineers systems to maximize solar generation, reduce efficiency losses, and uncover equipment and BOS savings.
When it comes to your Minnesota commercial or utility solar project, you can expect our design and engineering team to have the details covered every step of the way.
Our permit-ready solar and energy storage design packages are customized to the requirements of your local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) and utility. Each plan set typically includes:
SepiSolar offers a complete scope of design and engineering services for all Minnesota commercial, industrial, agricultural, municipal, university, school, and hospitals. SepiSolar’s experienced engineers design systems for:
Whether you are required to provide an electrical or structural P.E. stamp or not, these stamps show your clients that your solar or storage project was designed and engineered to provide the highest level of safety and performance.
A professional engineer’s structural and electrical seal demonstrates that you took the extra step to review your design with a third-party engineering firm, confirming that your project’s meets or exceeds all prevailing electrical and/or structural codes, permitting requirements, and safety standards. SepiSolar provides:
SepiSolar works with installers, developers, project managers, asset managers, and owners to make any needed or desired change:
Xero Solar stands behind all of our installations, and this is only as good as the design they are built on. We need to have confidence that we’re building systems based on sound technical plans and designs. Plans that we have confidence that will result in safe, effective, and compliant systems is crucial. The price of failure with defects on a finished project is severe, and it’s simply not worth trying to save a few dollars upfront only to be bitten down the road with failures. That’s why we partner with SepiSolar for all of our engineering and design needs for solar and storage.”
CEO of Xero Solar