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McKinstry, a national construction and energy services firm, is helping clients achieve their climate and sustainability goals through an integrated suite of energy and facility services that has grown to include solar photovoltaics, distributed generation, battery storage systems, geothermal energy, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, community solar and more.
As part of the company's Action for Impact plan to address the climate, affordability and equity crises, McKinstry is focusing its services on transforming the built environment by breaking down barriers for organizations pursuing a zero-carbon future. McKinstry's renewable energy team has successfully developed, built and maintained rooftop, canopy and ground-mounted solar and storage projects for city and county governments, K-12 school districts, higher education institutions, healthcare facilities and others.
"Interest in decarbonization and renewables is flourishing as leaders across the country seek to establish bold, aggressive zero-carbon goals," said Jeff Hughes, McKinstry's director of renewable energy services. "We're seeing opportunities to offer robust renewable energy options in nearly every market, helping clients identify creative solutions that not only fit their budget and infrastructure needs but their sustainability goals as well."
In just the past three years, McKinstry has grown its renewable energy team from its initial two hires to a team of 20 professionals who have been awarded projects like the following, ranging in size from 500kW to 15MW across 14 state:
Now a top provider in the commercial solar and battery energy storage market, McKinstry remains dedicated to building trust with clients using thoughtful, comprehensive solutions tailored to client needs and desired outcomes.
"We collaborate with our customers to holistically assess technology and project finance solutions, which results in projects that truly meet their long-term sustainability and economic objectives. By approaching projects with the focus squarely on the client and their goals, we offer something unique in the market," said McKinstry Director of Project Development Heath Mackay.
Beyond its work on behalf of clients across the U.S. to chart the course for a zero-carbon future, McKinstry was also one of the first organizations to sign The Climate Pledge co-founded by Amazon and Global Optimism. The company has committed to reducing its net greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2025 and achieving net-zero-carbon by 2030.
Learn more about how McKinstry provides additional value and savings to maximize the economic and environmental impact of solar and storage projects.