GEM Energy ranks among Solar Power World's Top Solar Contractors of 2014

GEM Energy, one of the Rudolph/Libbe Companies, is ranked 28th among Solar Power World's Top 50 Solar Developers, 70th among the magazine's Top 100 Commercial Solar Contractors, and 154th on the magazine's list of Top 400 Solar Contractors for 2014.

Walbridge, OH - GEM Energy, one of the Rudolph/Libbe Companies, is ranked 28th among Solar Power World's Top 50 Solar Developers, 70th among the magazine's Top 100 Commercial Solar Contractors, and 154th on the magazine's list of Top 400 Solar Contractors for 2014.


GEM Energy is the only Ohio contractor to make the Top 100 Commercial Solar Contractors list and the highest ranking Ohio contractor on the Top 50 Solar Developers list, with a total 11.155 megawatts installed and 2.153 megawatts installed in 2013.

The magazine's lists rank contractors according to influence in the commercial, residential and utility solar-installation markets. Solar Power World is the industry's leading source for technology, development and installation news.

GEM Energy, a Rudolph/Libbe Companies subsidiary, is a turnkey solar developer with engineering, procurement and construction capabilities, as well as operations and maintenance.

GEM Energy optimizes the efficiency of facilities for reduced lifetime operating costs. The company's comprehensive energy services and technologies include integration of power generation, advanced heating and cooling systems, procurement, solar development, and FlexSet energy monitoring/building control systems for commercial, industrial, institutional and mission critical facilities. GEM Energy is the authorized distributor for Capstone Micro Turbines in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and New York.

The Rudolph/Libbe Companies is among the region's largest contractors and employs 1,000-1,500 construction trades through offices in Lima, Toledo, Cleveland and Walbridge, Ohio; and Plymouth, Michigan.

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