By Kathie Zipp The traditional route of hiring an EPC firm to build a large Commercial & Industrial (C&I) or utility scale solar project has built-in risk associated with it. This process becomes one where investors, developers, and system owners are reliant on the EPC which then hires subcontractors to build the project. Those same subcontractors hire workers from labor pools, job boards, and out of work electricians for short term contracts. Essentially, the owner never knows, in advance, who will be building the project. This is referred to in the industry as the “Little C” of EPC.
The result is that corners get
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