How we pick Maine's best solar companies Energy Sage cares about connecting customers who want solar to good companies.
As a result, all of the solar installers on the above list are registered with the Energy Sage Marketplace in Maine and have undergone pre-screening by our team.
What exactly does it entail to be "pre-screened"? We check each solar installer to make sure they will give Energy Sage customers good service. The approval of these high-quality installers is based on their reputation, certifications, licensing, and insurance. Here's how we make sure our partners are the best when adding new installers to the Energy Sage Marketplace:
- At least three years of solar installation experience
- Solar installation license and insurance
- NABCEP certification
- Reputation for high-quality solar installations and excellent customer service
- Installation of high-quality solar equipment Only the number of kilowatts installed in Maine in 2020 is included in the list of kilowatts installed in the state.
Companies on this list of states may have their headquarters in other states, participate in any residential, commercial, or utility market, and offer any installation service (EPC, developer, rooftop solar installer, installation subcontractor, electrical subcontractor, sales partner).
The listed kilowatts may have been installed by any company in Maine in any market (residential, commercial, or utility), but only within Maine's borders.
The businesses listed below are a subset of the 2021 Top Solar Contractors list, sorted by the number of DC kilowatts installed in 2020.
Visit our Top Solar Contractors landing page to learn more about Solar Power World's annual Top Solar Contractors list and other sublists.
A Growth-Oriented Private Equity Investment Trust, run by specialists with extensive knowledge of the acquisition and upkeep of clean energy assets. Learn more about the clean energy fund that has historically offered investors stable returns. Low volatility in the past. Potential for a monthly income. Exempt Market with the Skyline Clean Energy Fund, Canadians are putting their money into clean, renewable energy with historical returns that have been 100% stable and consistent.
Renewable energy assets like utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) and biogas plants are used to generate clean, long-lasting power, which in turn generates revenue. Creditworthy counterparts, like the Ontario provincial government, purchase the power. Long-term agreements support these purchase agreements.
The Skyline Clean Energy Fund's unit value generally increases as a result of cash flow being retained and reinvested in the acquisition of new income-generating clean energy assets and the optimization of existing assets.
- $14.41 unit value,1 +44.1% since inception in May 2018
- 10.00% 1-year annualized return2
- 8.66% 3-year annualized return2
- 8.57% annualized return since inception2
- $282 Million total assets under management3
Solar is a great option for the majority of homeowners in the area because Mainers use significantly less electricity than the majority of people in the United States, but they pay significantly more per kWh.
Is Maine a good state for solar
Environmental site permits will be required for solar projects in Maine, whether from the US Army Corps of Engineers, municipalities, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the Land Use Planning Commission (LUPC), the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IFW), or any combination of these agencies.