Our Integrated Solutions team works with organizations to develop and implement strategic resource optimization across energy, water, and waste.  We combine multi-solution stacks with bespoke finance structures to make impactful projects attainable now.

Tackling resource usage from a holistic position allows for long term change with maximal positive impact. Integration between solutions drives accelerated progress across organizations, lowers risk, and generates superior returns on effort and capital.

The Integrated Solutions team helps guide organizations that want to tackle complex, long term commitments with precision, embracing the gravity of sustainability challenges and opportunities.


We partner with large companies, municipalities, and utilities and guide them through lasting, impactful, sustainable change. Our partnerships create meaningful shifts in the implementation of sustainability.

This comes in the form of first helping stakeholders understand potential solutions, then evaluating and developing organizational strategies for success while identifying future market trends. Finally we work to implement solutions at scale, allowing our clients to tackle the opportunities and challenges identified from a position of strength.











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Our Project Lifecycle and Process


→ Pre-qualification

→ Baseline identification


→ Engineering

→ Audit

→ ID Solutions

→ Proposal/Contract


→ Install

→ Measurement & Verification

The inverter is a device that converts the direct current (DC) electricity
produced by the solar panels into usable alternating current (AC). There are
various types of inverters used for solar installs; the two most common being
string inverters and micro-inverters.

String inverters are the simplest, cheapest and most common inverter
technology used in solar installations. One centralized string inverter is used to
convert DC electricity from a group of solar panels linked in a series before
redirecting the energy to the property’s electrical infrastructure.

Micro-inverters are small inverters that are placed behind each solar panel in a
module. They effectively compartmentalize the AC energy production of each
panel so that the reduced production of one panel does not affect the output
of the entire system. This decentralized system also enables the monitoring of
each panel where performance issues can be identified at the source.