Commercial Solar Installations
Like you, we’re business owners. So we understand your priorities and how much controlling your budget is critical to the sustainability of your business.
Control your expenses.
Investing on assets (not on your electricity bills), as well as reducing and controlling your operating costs are priorities. Going solar is all about that. By installing solar panels on your business’ rooftop, solar power systems are beneficial to the entire community. Not only do you get access to cleaner and efficient energy, but you also become less vulnerable to the unpredictability of utility rates, ultimately having a better control over your budget.
Economies of scale make commercial solar projects extremely profitable. Businesses consume, on average, more electricity than a regular one family household and the room available to install the solar panels is usually much larger than a median home.
Go solar for $0 down.
If you don’t have the cash-flows of desire to contract a loan/line of credit to support the upfront cost of the solar installation, third party financing programs are available. Power purchase agreements (PPA), operating leases, capital leases, energy service agreement are only a couple of options available. Such plans allow commercial and industrial building owners have solar installed for little or no money down and realize savings on the price of their electricity from day 1.
We work with a reliable and diverse network of financers and we facilitate the financing of our clients projects.
Important tax incentives available
If you decide to purchase your system (cash or with a loan), you will benefit from tax incentives, which will considerably decrease the amount of your investment. In addition to a 30% Federal Tax Credit, commercial solar projects benefit from a 50% bonus depreciation and a 6-year accelerated depreciation, enabling you to depreciate 85% of the cost of the system. As a consequence, you will payback for your system in only a couple of years (most of the time less than 5 years) and pay for less than 50% of your system.
Leasing and Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) are also available for commercial projects. Our financing partners always pass on a portion of the tax credits along to the customer.