About OTG Solar

OTG Solar is based in Macon, MO. OTG Solar only works with premium products, and offers installation and maintenance services. If you’re a DYI type, order your materials through OTG Solar. They will deliver quality equipment to your driveway.

Rodney Pitford founded OTG Solar to make a different kind of solar business. Rodney wanted to leave each customer with quality craftsmanship, quality equipment, AND an excellent customer service experience – even if it meant working harder or for a bit less profit. You won’t catch Rodney giving someone poor quality panels to make a buck, or leaving wires visible when they could have been hidden.

Grade A refers to the quality of the product you’re using. Tier-1 is the quality of the manufacturer. Not all solar companies are allowed to even buy these products, because they need to have a verified good reputation to do so. OTG Solar isn’t your “builder who saw the gold rush” during the years of the high rebates. Nor are they going to disappear after the installation. OTG Solar has been around and continues to install with the highest quality materials and highest quality workmanship. OTG Solar is the solar company you can trust.

Because you need a solid price & warranty – OTG Solar works with suppliers who can offer the best prices & engineering on equipment. Most equipment has a solid 25 year warranty behind it. OTG Solar also backs that warranty up with their own workmanship warranty to leave you 100% worry-free.

Because the process can be complicated and frustrating, OTG Solar handles all dealings with homeowner associations & applications to electric companies – so you can rest assured that your system meets all requirements. You will also enjoy having a personal project page, unique to OTG Solar, to follow the process as you go.

You don’t know what incentives, rebates, or grants can help your renewable investment? No problem! OTG Solar also assists in finding & applying for any available to you.

Consultation is available through OTG Solar if you want to purchase products but do the actual installation on your own.