As demand for healthcare services grows, so too does the need for clean, reliable energy to power healthcare facilities. We offer a variety of energy sourcing options for your healthcare facility, including wholesale power agreements and on-site electricity supply. As communities demand more sustainability measures to impact local wellness, renewable energy is more important than ever to drive patient choice.

Why renewable energy for healthcare facilities?


Impact Energy Usage

According to Energy Star data, hospitals represent the second most energy intensive building type, with 117 kWh per square foot, behind only supermarkets.


Hedge Future Energy Needs

The proportion of the U.S. population older in age will expand through 2024, requiring more employees and services available to serve them. This means that not only will energy requirements expand, but the capital required to support the additional overhead must increase as well.

Solutions to Suit Your Needs

Our team of energy analysts, project financing innovators, engineers and solar experts are ready to work with you to deliver a site-by-site road map of deployment for the future. See below for more information about our best-in-class renewable energy solutions available for your organization.


Rooftop Solar

Roof-mounted solar leverages your most underused asset: the roof above you. If you have space above your head, this could be the right solution for you.

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Parking Canopy Solutions

Solar parking canopy systems leverage your existing parking lot to reap the benefits of renewable energy. This means a cooler place in the summer, protection from the elements, and savings from clean, renewable electricity for your organization.

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Off-Site Solutions

Sometimes solar simply will not work on or around your building. Your organization can now subscribe to a portion of electricity from a system located at a remote location in your community.

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Energy Storage

While solar production offsets energy usage over time, batteries allow you to store this energy for times when the sun isn’t shining so that your peak demand is lower. Storage can also mean backup power for your facility and load shifting.

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