For Community Solar
Generate revenue while creating visibility and support for solar in your area
If you’re a property owner, you could be sitting on a great opportunity to be compensated in the form of a lease payment for hosting a solar energy system on your unused land or roof.
We’re committed to helping businesses capitalize by leasing unused property to IGS Solar for solar energy systems without risk. Through our streamlined approach, we handle all phases of the project on your behalf—you simply collect lease revenue for participating.
We proudly customize solutions for each of our customers to ensure a successful long-term relationship.
IGS Solar partnered with Prologis to deploy this rooftop-mounted system, which will generate 770,000 kWh annually, which is equivalent to powering 128 homes.
IGS Solar partnered with Prologis to deploy this rooftop-mounted system of 2,546 panels, which will supply nearly 2% of the annual electricity production within the LADWP FiT program.
We lease roof space from Mass Tank, the largest steel tank manufacturer in New England, to host this array, own the system, and sell the power to the local municipal utility, MG & E).
IGS Solar proudly partnered with a large retail products distributor on what is noted as the biggest single rooftop site in the U.S.
Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Public Power, and IGS Solar partnered on of one of the most innovative solar arrays installed in the state of Ohio, which will provide clean energy for decades to come.
The upfront costs had prevented this school for students with complex disabilities from going solar. IGS Solar removed the barriers by owning, operating, and maintaining their system.
IGS Solar helped to make solar a reality for this Maryland church in 2018. The array is designed to meet 60% of the worship center’s electricity needs.
Madison Electric Works partnered with us to finance the largest solar array in the state of Maine, while also helping their customers control their energy costs.
As a nonprofit, the costs associated with going solar presented a challenge. By partnering with IGS Solar, the Fairgrounds benefited from our third-party ownership structure.
The City of Lexington partnered with us on the installation of what was noted as the second largest array in the state of Nebraska at the time.
This small, private university in Northern Ohio decided to pursue a solar solution with IGS Solar for cost-effective and sustainable energy to control operations spending.
Solar offers tremendous benefits, from achieving better long-term price stability to supporting a sustainable energy future. Please provide your of area(s) of interest below to get started.