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Solar Energy Made Simple for Agriculture and Water

CalCom Energy specializes in solar energy solutions for agricultural businesses, water districts and other public agencies. We design long-term energy strategies that save our customers money while powering a more sustainable and resilient food and water supply.

Site Assessment

We evaluate your operation's energy use and current utility charges to assess your total potential solar savings.

Design & Installation

We design and build a solar energy system that gives you a lower and more predictable energy cost for years to come.

Financing Options

We give you options to pay for your solar system over time and help you take advantage of available incentives.

Asset Management

We proactively monitor your system’s performance and manage your operations and maintenance.

Solar Array

Selecting CalCom Energy was an excellent choice. System estimate and knowledge of the utility application process was important to us, but their ability to construct the system per schedule, workmanship, communication with us through the process, and monitoring by far made the difference in our choosing them for another install.

Todd R. Sheller, 88 Ranch, LLC

The Food/Energy/Water Nexus

The food/energy/water nexus is inextricably linked. Our actions in one area often affect one or more other areas. Switching to solar directly reduces your impact on every axis.


The food production and supply chain consumes 30% of all global energy consumption.

Agriculture Solutions


It’s estimated that 90% of global power generation is water-intensive.

Energy Solutions


More than 40% of the global population will be living with severe water stress by 2050.

Water Solutions
Solar Capacity Deployed
Solar Capacity Deployed
Customer Savings to Date
Customer Savings to Date
Coal Not Burned
175M lbs
Coal Not Burned
Commercial Solar Interconnections  in PG&E Area (2017)
Commercial Solar Interconnections in PG&E Area (2017)