Solar and Storage
Enerlogics works with electric utilities, developers, and commercial facilities to advise, design, develop, manage, and operate renewable power systems.
Enerlogics provides services for development of energy projects, ranging from: traditional electricity generation and cogeneration plants to renewable energy systems including solar, wind, hydropower, and offshore wind. Capitalizing on background in development, finance, engineering, operations and legal, our team is uniquely positioned to enable projects to move from concept to development to operations.
Enerlogics is focused on creating value for its clients in the rapidly changing energy market by bringing to bear appropriate executive, management and financial experience. Enerlogics builds value for its clients efficiently dispatching its resources to address key elements of the project by bringing together engineers, equipment, contractors, debt and equity to execute efficiently and successfully.
Leadership from Experience and Expertise
Enerlogics’ leadership is a team of experienced, industry veterans. The team follows a rigorous process under a highly structured plan, with the capability to address, in house, all of the technical, legal and financial implications of energy projects. Our process is designed to mitigate risk while maximizing the benefits of energy development projects.
The Enerlogics team has the collective skills to handle all of the financial, legal, permitting issues, interconnection and engineering demands of the any larger-scale energy development project. The leadership team’s experiences include services for large industrial companies, large commercial facilities, and utility clients and as developers & consultants as providers of energy solutions.
Enerlogics is the developer of a multi-site solar program for Cuyahoga County-owned facilities. The initial sites include the Medical Examiner’s Office in Cleveland, the Animal Shelter in Valley View, and the Harvard Road Garage in Newburgh Heights.
Developer of one of the largest solar arrays constructed in Ohio, this 4.0 MW (DC) solar system is constructed on a former landfill site in Brooklyn, Ohio.