Company timeline

For over a decade Solar Landscape has been energizing communities with solar solutions for commercial and industrial rooftops. Today the company has built more than 200 commercial solar projects.

  • The 90’s

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    Solar Landscape has its family roots in Bart’s Solar Landscape, owned by Corey’s dad, Bart.

    The Back Story

    The company has always been rooted in family: our name is derived from “Bart’s Solar Landscape” – a company owned by Corey’s dad that built and installed early solar thermal technology in the 1990’s.

  • 2012

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    Corey Gross (left) and other Solar Landscape team members on site at an early project.

    Solar Landscape launches

    Shaun Keegan and Corey Gross launch Solar Landscape. 

    Together, Shaun and Corey were up on the rooftops, building commercial solar projects themselves.

  • 2015

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    Adding development capabilities

    Solar Landscape builds engineering, procurement capabilities in house, and begins developing relationships with commercial real estate leaders.

  • 2017

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    Shift into project operation / ownership

    The company’s continues its vertical integration by owning and managing the projects it is designing and installing. Solar Landscape builds its first power purchase agreement (PPA) project that it still owns and operates today. 

  • 2019

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    Community solar entry

    The company is awarded eight community solar projects in New Jersey’s progressive community solar program. Solar Landscape expands its legal, policy and project finance capabilities.

  • 2021

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    Energizing projects

    New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy joins Solar Landscape to energize the state’s first-ever community solar project. It is later named the “Community Solar Project of the Year.

    Solar Landscape is awarded 46 more community solar projects in New Jersey’s program, bringing its total to 54.

  • 2022

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    Earning national acclaim – again

    Self-storage leader Extra Space Storage and Solar Landscape are recognized as “Community Solar Project of the Year,” a repeat win for Solar Landscape.

    After energizing its first eight community solar projects, it begins construction on 46 more. Altogether, they serve 11,000 subscribers.

  • 2023

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    Revolutionizing solar access

    Solar Landscape moves into new offices in Asbury Park, NJ to accommodate its growing staff.

    Public Storage and Solar Landscape announce the nation’s largest multistate community solar portfolio, which will serve more than 10,000 homes. The team continues to get national recognition, this year from the U.S. Department of Energy and Inc. Magazine, for our mission.

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