Once you decide to undertake an energy project, HelioPower can manage the process of making it happen. We offer traditional project management services, such as RFP writing and bid management. We also engineer systems to hand off for competitive bidding.
Design & Engineering
HelioPower will design projects from concept through completion, or perform any discreet phase as needed.
- Construction Management.
- Electrical, Civil, and Structural Engineering.
- Technology Evaluation and Selection.
- Site Evaluation.
- High Voltage Construction.
- Permitting and Interconnection.
- Quality Assurance and Control.
- Full Project Documentation and Commissioning.
Plan • Design • Implement • Manage (PDIM)
PDIM is a comprehensive project management methodology that guides a project from inception through completion. HelioPower employs PDIM on all our projects to ensure they exceed expectations.
- Initial Design & Spec
- Draft RFP
- Bid Management
- Contract review
- Incentives Review
- Safety Plans
- Updates & Reviews
- System Specs
- Economic Models
- Plan Sets
- Building Permits
- Acceptance Metrics
- Customer Training
San Francisco Water Quality Control
South San Francisco WQCP turned to our engineers to design the Solar PV Plant specs for their RFP release. We also conducted a feasibility analysis of existing facilities, financial sensitivity analysis (ROI, IRR, NPV) and developed the implementation plan. The 144kW (DC) designed photovoltaic system uses 576 polycrystalline 250 watt modules to offset approximately 216,000 kWh of electricity consumed on-site.
Mo Rousso – Founder of HelioPower
HelioPower founder Mo Rousso is a seasoned utility engineer, with 30 years experience with clients including SDG&E, LADWP, and the Santa Clara Valley Water District. Since founding HelioPower in 2001, Mo has guided our firm’s growth into one of the largest and best respected renewable energy solution providers in the country. Mo holds a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arizona.