Skysun, LLC was founded in 2012 by Jim Clair, who recognized there was a need for a affordable yet beautiful solar power systems. Skysun developed a way to elevate and support multiple panels allowing the land underneath to be used.
Skysun’s patented systems has been tested for years in different environments, from New Mexico to the Midwest, and through partnerships with:
United States Department of Energy
Sandia National Laboratories
National Solar Thermal Test Facility
NASA Glenn Research Center
LCCC MAGNET GLIDE JumpStart BRITE Innovation Fund
Skysun arrays can withstand high-winds and varying loading conditions to provide consistent performance.
Skysun’s method uses braided steel wire rope – pound for pound stronger than
a steel I-beam .
Solar power solutions
Bed and Breakfast
Out of the
and off of
BUILT TOUGH LOOKS GREAT
Designed for rugged environments, Skysun solar arrays stand-up to weather extremes.
From the high winds of Southwest to the snow and hail of the Midwest our arrays can handle it.
To date, every Skysun deployment has performed through extreme conditions without downtime.
We know your system will be reliable too.
In fact, we guarantee it! Skysun guarantees all labor and materials for 5 years, with panel output performance guarantees for 20 to 25 years depending on panel manufacturer.
Buy American! Skysun makes every effort to source its product to comply with the Buy America Act.
The "Pollinator" ideal for flower
or herb garden
Tilts with the touch
of a button for easy
Strong Beautiful and Smart
Panels automatically track
Lorain County, Ohio
Skysun’s goal is to provide our customers withsolar power that is affordable, beautiful, durable, and the Logical Choice. Our deployments are designed to blend with the lifestyles and work styles of our customers. Adhering to these goals helps us achieve and expand green renewable power and a cleaner future for all.
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