TAP INTO THE SUN
Solar Is The Pathway To:
Reduced Energy Expenses
Installing solar panels is one of the safest and wisest investments a business can make.
Increased Property Value
If you decide to sell your property, you can fetch a higher premium with solar.
You can choose to use clear, renewable, job producing and affordable power.
SINCE 2001 THE AVERAGE COMMERCIAL ELECTRICITY RATE HAS INCREASED BY 28.15%.
Your System’s Savings
It took the solar industry 40 years to hit 1 million installs, reaching that milestone in 2016. It only took another three years to double that number, hitting 2 million total installs in 2019, and the US is on pace to hit 3 million installs in 2021 and 4 million in 2023.
The State of California is leading the charge by requiring solar on all new home builds beginning January 1st, 2020, and setting mandatory targets to reach 100% renewable energy by 2045.
Since 2001, the average commercial electricity rate has increased by 28.15%.
Electric utility rates for commercial properties increase by 2.15% per year on average.
The cost of solar has dropped more than 70% over the last decade.
More solar was installed from 2016 - 2019 than the last 40 years combined.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I install solar if my building is in the shade?
Our experts would complete a free analysis of your property using satellite imaging to get an understanding of the amount of sunlight that hits your roof to know for sure. South-facing solar panels capture more energy and roof angle and tree shading affect the amount of sunlight your roof receives. Even with shading, panels might still absorb enough sunlight to meet your property’s energy needs.
What are the major incentives received if you install solar?
To encourage the continued expansion of solar, governments, utilities and other organizations offer solar tax breaks and financial incentives to make solar more accessible (and desirable) for today’s businesses. As a result, you can reduce the net cost of your solar panel system by anywhere from 30 to 90 percent.