Hiring the right company to take on and manage all these processes is key to producing a successful renewable energy project. Facility Innovations Group is a leading independent provider of solar energy and solar thermal solutions with deep experience in developing and maintaining solar energy projects for public schools and governments as well as private enterprise. Facility Innovations Group has developed, installed, financed and maintained solar energy systems across North America, including innovative landfill and public school solar energy systems.

Community Solar

Community or shared solar, is a solar farm that provides electricity and renewable energy benefits to multiple end-users.

Remote and Off-Grid Solar Power Systems

Bring power where it’s needed without the added expense of tying into the grid. Applications in agriculture, highways, telecommunications and rural areas.

Solar Canopies

Parking lots can provide ample space for power generation with solar canopy systems from Facility Innovations Group that preserve existing parking spaces.

Solar Farms

Facility Innovations Group is a recognized leader in solar farm development. Our engineers have developed proprietary ballast systems that allow brownfield solar farm development in areas where soil cannot be disturbed.

Solar Thermal

Supplement existing HVAC systems with roof mount solar thermal or improve efficiency with passive solar heat designs that capture solar radiation.

Solar Case Studies

QuikTrip Distribution Center – Tolleson, AZ

2.0637 MWdc / 1.7532 MWac rooftop solar energy generation PV system

Estimated first year net ac PV generation:
3,625,362 kWh

SMI – Wilson, NC

2.08 MW dc / 1.74 MW dc system Rooftop and Ground system

Estimated first year net ac PV generation:
3,134,402 kWh

Coca Cola – Houston, TX

121 kW dc Roof system

Estimated first year net ac PV generation:
164,000 kWh


Prominic – Rantoul, IL

7.29 MW

King Solar Farm – South Texas

6.22 MW

Estimated first year net ac PV generation:
10.09 GWH

Hiring the right company is key to producing successful renewable energy project