top of page
Healthcare Solar Power

Healthcare Solar Power


According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the healthcare industry ranks fourth in the amount of energy consumed. Overall, the national clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities spend about $10 billion a year on their power bills. Besides the strain on budgets, planners find future rates hard to predict, making it tough to make long-term plans.

Here at Morton Solar, we've helped healthcare customers transform into net-zero facilities, meaning they can use solar panels to generate as much power as they consume and effectively eliminate power costs. By installing commercial solar power, these healthcare providers also contribute to reducing pollutants and emissions, better demonstrating their concern for the overall health of the planet and its population.

As a B-Corp, the oldest solar power contractor in Indiana, and a regular leader in statewide and even national ranks for the number of installations we perform, we're proud of both our successful track record and the ways we help our customers, society, and the environment. To learn how to empower your healthcare facility with commercial solar power, get in touch with us today.

We offer a wide range of services. Find out what is right for you!


Most healthcare facilities need to operate under tight budgets. Better overhead management can free up cash to provide more services to patients and help with other operating costs. Reducing or even entirely eliminating electric bills can provide a rapid solution with plenty of short- and long-range benefits.

As an example, we're particularly proud of the work Morton Solar performed for Orthopaedic Associates in Newburgh. A 540 kW-installation of solar panels covered carports in the facility's parking lot. The project also included retrofitting for LED lighting and solar charging stations for electric vehicles.

The installation could provide enough power for this large healthcare facility to go net-zero, meaning any electric bills the hospital might generate on cloudy days were offset by overproduction of electricity on sunny ones. This article explains more about going net-zero vs. off-grid with solar power.

Orthopaedic Associates Healthcare Morton Solar


For healthcare facilities, remaining competitive and ensuring future growth requires sound management of operating expenses. Our clients enjoy both quick and long-term returns by reducing both power bills and the uncertainty of future rate increases. In addition, they can join us here at Morton Solar by reducing emissions and the reliance on unsustainable energy sources. Every healthcare facility can benefit from clean, renewable solar power.

Step One: Sign Up

Speak with one of our solar solution consultants to get a quote and schedule a free site visit, review your proposal, and sign your contract.

Step Two: Design

Our team will engineer a custom solar energy system to match your needs.

Step Three: Install

Morton Solar will coordinate all the necessary inspections and install your solar energy system so you can start saving!



This company does top notch work. The largest installer in Indiana. No project is too small or too large, with great follow up and service!


Absolutely awesome system! With my SRECs and solar savings, some of my fall and spring bills were only $30 a month. That is for nine units in a rental property!


Great company and great products. Install went very smoothly. Would highly recommend Morton Solar!


Request an Estimate



What will my electric bill look like after the installation?

This depends on your budget and preference. Every system produces a different amount of energy, depending upon size and location. We can design a system that will generate enough electricity to power your entire facility, which is called “net-zero.” This means each month your electric bill would only consist of the small fee they charge for their meters.

What is the installation process like? How long will it take?

Each installation is different and requires time and material specific to that project. Once paperwork and engineering are completed, installation is typically the shortest part of the process.

What solar rebates or incentives are currently available for businesses?

There are a number of tax credits and incentives available for businesses switching to solar. For instance, commercial solar is eligible for a 22% tax credit IN 2021 and 21% tax depreciation. To learn more about what is available and what you may qualify for, contact us.

What will my solar array look like? Will it affect the aesthetics of my facility?

Our solar experts are dedicated to designing aesthetically pleasing solar arrays that are set up for optimal production.

bottom of page