DETROIT — GreenLancer, the solar energy design firm with the freelancer staffing model, is returning to the Solar Power International conference in Las Vegas Oct. 20-23 with a new logo and website.
GreenLancer captured the attention of the solar industry last year at SPI ’13 by winning the event’s ‘Start-Up Alley’ competition.
Since then, the company says it has scaled up production and is now supporting solar project developers all over the world.
GreenLancer uses a team of vetted solar energy engineering freelancers — greenlancers — for the design and engineering of solar energy projects. Using proprietary cloud based tools and an improved workflow process, contractors and developers everywhere can produce professional design, financial, and permit documents that save time and money.
“Our most popular service is the permit package,” said GreenLancer business development director Daniel Edelson. “This is a complete set of drawings and calculations required to apply for a building permit. All blueprints and documents are code compliant to your AHJ (authority having jurisdiction). We can even put your logo on it so it looks like it came out of your back office.”
GreenLancer says it offers services to all sizes of solar projects or contractors.
Said one user, Jason Hall of Moxie Solar in North Liberty, Iowa: “Just being able to upload data and photos on-site using my smart phone or iPad is a real time saver … and I can get free quotes on all my projects.”
GreenLancer will be in booth 5319 at the solar conference, being held at the mammoth Las Vegas Convention Center. To schedule appointments at SPI or more information, contact Jay Stewart at (313) 212-5101 or email@example.com.
More at www.greenlancer.com.