Built for you.Customer Power Solutions.

Through a meticulous five-stage process, Banner delivers battery-based power that best suits your needs, budget and environment.

STAGE ONE—Assessing your needs

We’ll meet with you to identify which systems and equipment you consider essential to have during a power outage. We’ll then calculate the electrical load requirements as well as the duration of backup power using configurations of 8, 16, 24 or 32 batteries (or more upon request).

We’ll also analyze your equipment to make sure it will all integrate with our solution.

If you’re interested in adding solar panels to your alternative power solution, Banner will analyze your historic energy usage patterns and system costs to determine your potential energy savings based on the recommended number of panels.

We’ll also gauge your roof’s ability to support the weight of solar panels or identify any necessary repair needs.

STAGE TWO—Designing your solution

Banner Power will work with you to determine the placement and layout of your system’s inverters, battery cabinets, new electrical panels, remote monitoring displays and other system components. 

For solar solutions, we’ll also help plan the physical look of your panels and their location (roof, ground or elsewhere). We’ll review the final design to make sure it delivers the energy and financial returns envisioned in the original assessment.

STAGE THREE—Identifying incentives

If you integrate solar into your Banner system, you may be eligible for financial incentives. Banner Power will determine which incentive programs apply to your project, estimate potential savings and calculate the rate of financial return. 

STAGE FOUR—Finalizing the details 

We’ll deliver a project proposal and contract that includes a budget, construction timeline, energy output and other system specifications. Upon contract approval, Banner Power will arrange a date for installation.   

STAGE FIVE—Installing your system

Using the assessment, audit and drawings, our experienced licensed electricians and installers will get to work, with minimal disruption to your existing power feed.