Contractor Profile
Rank: 70

GEM Energy

GEM Energy optimizes the efficiency of your facility for reduced operating costs. Our expertise includes combined heat and power (CHP) system design and integration as well as comprehensive solar development from funding through array installation. We procure energy, design control systems, offer preventive maintenance services and have design/build capabilities to manage your energy productivity project from construction to commissioning.

2016 Top 500 Solar Contractors


Top 500 Rank #70

Total Megawatts Installed Since Founded33.50 Company Founded2009
Total Megawatts Installed 201518.50 LocationWalbridge, OH
Employees 1,000 Web
Primary MarketUtility Primary ServiceDeveloper


2015 Top 500 Solar Contractors


Top 500 Rank #133

Total Megawatts Installed 2014 4.100 Company Founded2009
Employees10 LocationWalbridge, OH
Primary MarketUtility Web
Primary ServiceDeveloper  


2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors


Top 400 Rank #154

Total Megawatts Installed 20132.153 Employees1200


2012 Top Solar Contractors


Top 250 Rank #105

Total Megawatts Installed 20122.2 Employees1000


Featured Articles & Products

  • 2.1-MW Solar Array Powers Toledo Zoo

    A 22-acre Toledo Zoo brownfield site that was once in receivership is starting a brand-new life as home to the recently completed 2.1-MW Anthony Wayne ground-mount solar array. Bordered by a buffer zone with newly planted trees and green spaces for native grasses that will be planted this fall, the 28,500-panel solar array is one [Read More]

  • Toledo Museum of Art

    Helping Toledo Shine: How The Public Wins When Institutions Go Solar

    Public-sector institutions have a unique opportunity to invest in and champion renewable energy projects. More than mere members of the community, these institutions are products of it via public support and tax-payer funding. As such they are well-positioned to explore, invest in and advocate for more environmentally and economically sustainable practices. One such practice to [Read More]

  • Solar Array Gives Life To Brownfield At Toledo Zoo

    Today contractor Rudolph/Libbe broke ground on a 2-MW solar array for the Toledo Zoo in Toledo, Ohio. The zoo will purchase enough power to supply approximately 30% of its electrical energy needs, significantly reducing the zoo’s carbon footprint.  Rudolph/Libbe, a Solar Power World Top 250 Contractor, will design and build the project on a 22-acre [Read More]