About

Warner Energy was officially formed in March of 2006, as a joint venture between Drescher Management Group (DMG) and the O'Brien & Gere engineering firm (OBG). The purpose of the joint venture was to pursue technology development and product advancement in the alternative energy industry with a specific focus on solar electric systems.
In 2009, Warner began installing solar photovoltaic systems in the northeast US. By 2011, Warner opened an office in Southern California and began installing commercial and industrial scale solar arrays across the US. As a fully integrated solar provider, Warner Energy built a staff of experienced professionals that cover the full range of interrelated disciplines necessary for the design, engineering, procurement, installation, maintenance and service of solar-electric systems.
Today, Warner Energy is a leading US commercial solar provider. Combining the technical expertise of in-house engineering with the practical knowledge of on-the-ground installers Warner Energy can deliver comprehensive, cost effective system designs and seamless installation services. Our culture respects and embraces excellence, and our management information systems magnify those tendencies, ensuring that our combined resources are brought to bear to deliver the best solar-electric systems at the best price, on time, on budget, and without disruption.

Recent Projects

  • All
  • California
  • Florida
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
Conklin, NY – 201.6 kW

Conklin, NY – 201.6 kW

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Binghamton, NY – 73.0 kW

Binghamton, NY – 73.0 kW

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Syracuse, NY – 201.6 kW

Syracuse, NY – 201.6 kW

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Liverpool, NY – 201.6 kW

Liverpool, NY – 201.6 kW

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Weedsport, NY – 196.0 kW

Weedsport, NY – 196.0 kW

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Rochester, NY – 48.0 kW

Rochester, NY – 48.0 kW

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N. Syracuse, NY – 51.0 kW

N. Syracuse, NY – 51.0 kW

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E. Syracuse, NY – 48.0 kW

E. Syracuse, NY – 48.0 kW

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Summerville, SC – 93.0 kW

Summerville, SC – 93.0 kW

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North Augusta, SC – 93.0 kW

North Augusta, SC – 93.0 kW

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Lexington, SC – 93.0 kW

Lexington, SC – 93.0 kW

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Lancaster, SC – 93.0 kW

Lancaster, SC – 93.0 kW

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Greenville, SC – 88.35 kW

Greenville, SC – 88.35 kW

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Fort Mill, SC – 93.0 kW

Fort Mill, SC – 93.0 kW

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Florence, SC – 88.35 kW

Florence, SC – 88.35 kW

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Columbia, SC – 93.0 kW

Columbia, SC – 93.0 kW

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Columbia, SC – 88.35 kW

Columbia, SC – 88.35 kW

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Statesville, NC – 66.08 kW

Statesville, NC – 66.08 kW

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Salisbury, NC – 67.26 kW

Salisbury, NC – 67.26 kW

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Pineville, NC – 84.08 kW

Pineville, NC – 84.08 kW

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Salisbury, NC – 1.423 MW v

Salisbury, NC – 1.423 MW v

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Salisbury, NC – 1.423 MW

Salisbury, NC – 1.423 MW

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Indian Trail, NC – 77.78 kW

Indian Trail, NC – 77.78 kW

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High Point, NC – 74.34 kW

High Point, NC – 74.34 kW

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Harrisburg, NC – 82.6 kW

Harrisburg, NC – 82.6 kW

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Greensboro, NC – 82.6 kW

Greensboro, NC – 82.6 kW

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Denver, NC – 88.5 kW

Denver, NC – 88.5 kW

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Charlotte, NC – 54.9 kW

Charlotte, NC – 54.9 kW

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Yucaipa, CA – 104.16 kW

Yucaipa, CA – 104.16 kW

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San Bernardino, CA – 145.7 kW

San Bernardino, CA – 145.7 kW

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Moreno Valley, CA – 124.62 kW

Moreno Valley, CA – 124.62 kW

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Menifee, CA – 106.02 kW

Menifee, CA – 106.02 kW

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La Quinta, CA – 71.3 kW

La Quinta, CA – 71.3 kW

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La Puente, CA – 102.3 kW

La Puente, CA – 102.3 kW

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Escondido, CA – 96.0 kW

Escondido, CA – 96.0 kW

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Downey, CA – 79.36 kW

Downey, CA – 79.36 kW

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Chino, CA – 93.0 kW

Chino, CA – 93.0 kW

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Beaumont, CA – 110.35 kW

Beaumont, CA – 110.35 kW

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Tully, NY – 660.0 kW Video

Tully, NY – 660.0 kW Video

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Royal Palm Beach, FL – 2.4 MW

Royal Palm Beach, FL – 2.4 MW

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Stuart, FL – 106.0 kW

Stuart, FL – 106.0 kW

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Royal Palm Beach, FL – 100.0 kW

Royal Palm Beach, FL – 100.0 kW

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Royal Palm Beach, FL – 2.4 MW

Royal Palm Beach, FL – 2.4 MW

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Vestal, NY – 51.0 kW

Vestal, NY – 51.0 kW

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Tully, NY – 660.0kW

Tully, NY – 660.0kW

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Oswego, NY – 103.0 kW

Oswego, NY – 103.0 kW

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Gates, NY – 51.0kW

Gates, NY – 51.0kW

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Irondequoit, NY – 123.0 kW

Irondequoit, NY – 123.0 kW

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Taylor, SC – 88.35 kW

Taylor, SC – 88.35 kW

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Services

Every Warner Energy project begins with a preliminary design completed by a team that includes a Solar Financial Analyst, an Installation Manager, a Service Manager, and an Engineering team – all working in concert with Facilities Managers, local utilities, and local agencies to design the most elegant, durable, cost-effective turnkey solar solution.

Warner Energy then engineers, procures, and installs the system, using the best equipment, best materials, and best practices.  Once the system is commissioned, Warner provides cost-effective service, maintenance, and monitoring systems to ensure optimal performance throughout the twenty-five year warranted life of the system.

Contact us today for a complimentary review of the potential value a solar array could provide to your commercial or industrial site.

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