Harvest Solar Energy, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has decades of experience selling a large selection of renewable energy products. It sells products ranging from solar panels and inverters to battery storage solutions, wind power, and outdoor lighting options.
Its goal is to offer a holistic approach to energy through the use of technologies like solar electric, solar thermal, and wind power.
President John Miggins founded Harvest Solar Energy in 2002 and has over 20 years of solar experience. He has been a featured speaker at the Sierra Club, Texas Solar Energy Society, University of Houston, Oklahoma State University, and numerous architectural committee and organizational events.
Harvest Solar Energy’s small group of solar professionals works with residential and commercial customers, architects, builders, and homeowners across the southwest. Its team works closely with clients to design and install solar systems that work well for both residential and business properties.
The company has relationships with several top solar suppliers which means it can procure highly rated panels, inverters, and more.
Harvest Solar Energy has consistently served the solar industry since 2002, and has maintained superior technical expertise through its time in business. The solar company provides customers with a unique and veteran perspective on how solar technology has evolved over time, and can provide recommendations on the best solution to meet a customer’s specific needs and goals.
Harvest Solar Energy has developed relationships with the top manufacturers of solar suppliers in order to be able to offer its customers the best. The company provides solar panel modules from leading brands like Panasonic, Q CELLS, Canadian Solar, and Mission Solar — all of which rank highly for energy efficiency and product warranties.
Solar inverters, meanwhile, are supplied by industry leaders like SolarEdge and Enphase, as well as Sol-Ark, Generac, and Fronius. To improve the overall efficiency of the PV system, Harvest Solar Energy also provides solar battery and energy storage/backup solutions from Generac, Sol-Ark, and more. Systems generally come with a 25-year equipment warranty, depending on the manufacturer, as well as a three-year workmanship warranty.
And if it doesn't yet have a relationship with a specific brand that is not listed on its website, Harvest Solar Energy can often procure them.
Harvest Solar Energy’s home base is Tulsa, Oklahoma with a business partner based in Houston, Texas to provide turnkey solutions including state-of-the-art equipment, installation, maintenance and support. Being local means the company can provide quick service when needed.
Harvest Solar Energy provides solar power and other renewable energy services to residents throughout Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas. Homeowners living in those states are encouraged to read verified Harvest Solar Energy reviews to fully evaluate the solar company's services against other leading providers in their state.
While it does have an excellent portfolio of solar projects, Harvest Solar Energy has very limited customer reviews. This can make it difficult for interested customers to determine the quality, speed, and longevity of the work Harvest Solar Energy does.
Harvest Solar Energy has not been certified by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). The NABCEP is a nationally recognized organization responsible for some of the most respected and sought after technician training programs in the solar industry. Companies with this designation have expert installers on staff who have been trained in the latest solar installation techniques.
The lack of certification should in no way disqualify Harvest Solar Energy from consideration; however, it can sometimes make a difference to homeowners comparing multiple solar providers in their neighborhood.