GEM Energy ranked 26th among Solar Power World’s Top U.S. Solar Developers of 2017

GEM Energy, of the Rudolph Libbe Group, is ranked 26th among Solar Power World's Top Solar Developers of 2017, the only Ohio-based firm to make the top developers' list.

WALBRIDGE, OH - GEM Energy, of the Rudolph Libbe Group, is ranked 26th among Solar Power World's Top Solar Developers of 2017, the only Ohio-based firm to make the top developers' list.


GEM Energy also is 130th among the magazine's Top 500 Solar Contractors and 53rd among the Top Solar Utility Contractors. GEM Energy has installed a total 41,700 kilowatts, with 8,200 kilowatts installed in 2016.

About GEM Energy
GEM Energy provides comprehensive services and technologies to improve customer business performance and reduce operating costs, with offices in northeast and northwest Ohio; Ithaca, NY and Milwaukee, WI. A turnkey solar developer, GEM Energy's expertise encompasses engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance. In addition to solar, services include integration of power generation, advanced heating and cooling systems, procurement, and energy monitoring/building control systems for commercial, industrial, institutional and mission critical facilities. GEM Energy is the authorized distributor for Capstone microturbines in Ohio, Michigan and New York.

GEM Energy is part of the Rudolph Libbe Group, which also includes Rudolph Libbe Inc., GEM Inc., Lehman Daman and Rudolph Libbe Properties. A full-service team of companies, the Rudolph Libbe Group provides customized building solutions together and independently. The Rudolph Libbe Group is a single source of comprehensive construction services ranging from site selection and financing, through all aspects of construction to ongoing maintenance.

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