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  • 1.  Solar Permit Designing

    Posted 05-09-2022 05:09 AM

    With in-house design and engineering expertise that delivers across the residential, commercial, ev charging stations, utility solar and micro-grid spectrum, our engineering teams are well positioned to take on challenges in various US states. We are doing projects for around 49 states like FLORIDA (FL), NEW JERSEY(NJ), VIRGINIA (VA), MARYLAND (MD), PENNSYLVANIA (PA), MASSACHUSETTS (MA), CALIFORNIA (CA), ARIZONA(AZ) etc.


    We help US based Solar and EV EPC companies in preparation of design, engineering and documentation as per the requirements. We have an office in Maryland USA and a design team in India, which can provide you with the design files and engineering drawings for your residential projects. You can just send us the site survey data of the customer's house along with Solmetric SunEye or any other solar access tools that you use and the system you have sold to the customer along with the AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) and the Utility requirements and we will provide you the design plan sets which will adhere to those as well as NEC requirements. If we find any other optimum ways to design the system and reduce your installation cost further, we will provide you that too.


    We help companies to save a substantial amount of money by way of outsourcing the above jobs to us.

    We undertake following work: -

    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Structural Engineering
    • Proposal design
    • Preparation of BOM / BOQ
    • Documentation as per the state norms
    • PE Stamping
    • Generator Permit
    • EV Permit
    • Recruitment Services


    Kindly visit our website for more details.


    Arjun Pathria
    Managing Director
    Green World Renewable Energy
    Baltimore MD

  • 2.  RE: Solar Permit Designing

    Posted 05-09-2022 10:56 AM
    Do you have to post the exact same advertisement every few days? It's cluttering up the forum.
    Question for the mods: Is this fine?

    Christopher Jewsbury