Power Your Operations With Solar
Not only is solar energy a great way to reduce costs, but it is also an excellent educational tool for students, teachers, and the community. Partnering with Pivot on a solar project illustrates the school's commitment to a sustainable future in their communities. Pivot is your one-stop partner for solar. As a turnkey solar provider, we offer services at every stage of the project development cycle, from initial feasibility analysis, development work, and financing through to engineering, construction, and operations and maintenance.
Solar modules are mounted onsite on your organization’s roof. From small roofs to large warehouses, our team will design a custom system to maximize your energy production.
In this design, solar panels are mounted in nearby open land, allowing your organization to utilize solar without taking up roof space. The energy generated offsite will offset your organization’s energy costs.
Our team of experienced engineers and construction managers design custom solar canopies to protect and shade parking lots or structures while producing solar energy for your business.
Available a la carte or alongside a solar installation, we offer educational displays, tools, aesthetic solar structures, and more to increase visibility and educate the community on your solar installation.
Maximize Your Onsite Solar Project
Learn more about how you can reduce your costs and optimize your solar system.
Financing & Incentives
Take advantage of state, federal, and local incentives and financing mechanisms to lower the upfront cost of your solar system.
We help our clients deploy energy storage systems in conjunction with new or existing onsite solar projects.
University of Denver
Pivot developed and designed a 2.25 megawatt (MW) solar installation at the University of Denver (DU). The project will surpass the University’s goal of producing 5% of DU’s electricity on-site through renewable energy, accounting for 7-8% of its energy consumption. Financed through a Power Purchase Agreement, the University is paying a fixed price per kilowatt-hour, locking in predictable energy costs for the next 25 years.