Go green with prologis solarsmart

Invest in green buildings, water-saving initiatives and renewable energy projects, as well as reduce overall energy use.

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252

megawatts

of generating capacity in nine countries

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31,350

Enough to power

average U.S. households each year

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#3

Ranked

in U.S. corporate on-site solar capacity by SEIA (2019)

How Prologis Solarsmart Works

Save on electric bills and implement solar with no out-of-pocket costs or commitments beyond your lease term.

Save on electric bills with no out-of-pocket costs or commitments beyond your lease term

PAY ONLY FOR THE SOLAR ENERGY YOU USE

At or below your cost from the local utility.


DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE LEASE TERM

You don’t owe anything when you move out.


LET US DO IT ALL

Keep doing what you do best—we’ll build and maintain the system.

Solar solutions success stories

UK Rooftop Solar

UK Rooftop Solar

As part of a larger effort to incorporate sustainable design features into our warehouses, Prologis UK made its initial investment in rooftop solar on a build-to-suit project for Amazon. Subsequently, in partnership with a wider range of customers, we have added more than 5 megawatts of solar to its warehouse portfolio. Our team chose four sites in Northampton, Dunstable and Brogborough for rooftop solar, designed to offset 10% of the facilities’ electrical consumption and produce more than 600 kW/m2 of clean energy per year. Our team completed these rooftop solar projects in 2016.

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Kona Solar Project

We partnered with Bright Plain Renewables and D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments to design and build solar plants at warehouses that we own in Southern California. The three sustainably designed warehouses—in Ontario, Riverside and Rancho Cucamonga—total more than 1.3 million square feet. At nearly 6.2 megawatts, the project produces an estimated 9.8 million kilowatt hours per year. D.E. Shaw is the long-term owner of the installations, leasing roof space from our team at Prologis, which owns the warehouse. D.E. Shaw sells the energy that they produce to Southern California Edison through its solar photovoltaic program.

Prologis Solarsmart FAQs

Find answers to the most common questions in the U.S. market. Please connect with your local contact for market specific questions.

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LET'S GET STARTED

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