The professionalism and detail of our projects is mirrored by the energy production results of each installation. Maximize our client’s investments is always in our mind, when analyzing consumptions, designing the system and building each solar plant. With system installations on various types of rooftops or terrains, adapting various structures, each project is designed and installed to exceed expectations.

Our photovoltaic projects


Montijo, Portugal


Production Regime

Self-consumption unit

Installation Type

Industrial Coverage

Nominal Power

750 kVA

Peak Power

999,90 kWp

Average annual production

150 MWh

Avoided CO2 emissions

450 ton/ano

Development of photovoltaic projects


1. Due Diligence

A planning phase to ensure a smooth construction process, which generally includes:

A physical evaluation of the

proposed site

Legal review of title reports

and other records

Determination of where the system will hook into the power grid




2. Engineering and Design

This phase is all about the details. Initial concepts and plans are formalized as design drawings, and then permit drawings are

submitted to secure the

appropriate approvals.

After getting the green light, the drawings are considered final and

construction can begin.




3. Construction and Commissioning

Construction usually lasts 5-12 weeks, but could take longer for more complex projects. Any disruptions to your daily operations can be minimized with a well-thought-out project plan.

Once the utility confirms that your solar installation was built according to plan and operates within acceptable parameters, it will grant permission to operate (PTO).




4. Operation and maintenance

In this final step, the O&M

decisions made during the

planning phase are put into action.

A solid O&M plan will help ensure a long lifetime and optimal performance for your system.