Return on Investment
The return on investment of a large solar power system has never been better. Typical ROI’s are 5-8 years. With our financial analysis tools, we can help determine the ROI of a solar power system on your business.
Stabilize Your Power Costs
With utility rates rising every year, a solar power system can stabilize your power costs. After the system has paid for itself, you are producing free power, lowering the costs of the remaining power you buy from the utility.
There’s no better way to show your customers that your business cares about the planet than by installing a grid-tie solar system. Many of our customers state the fact that their business is solar powered in all their marketing literature and communications. You can talk about your business minimizing its carbon footprint. If your business is not too power hungry, you can actually become carbon neutral with a solar power system that offsets your carbon footprint 100%.
Time for a new roof?
There’s no better time to install a solar power system than when you are putting on a new roof. You can drastically lower the cost of your system by using your roofing contractor to install the solar array supports on your underlying building structure. They will seal the supports and warranty their installation for any leaking. Then it’s easy to install the array on the supports with your facilities staff or a local electrician.