Solar is the most compelling way to improve margins for your business! Besides the lower energy expenses, solar offers unique financial solutions that can offset tax liability and improve the overall value of your company.
SAVE THOUSANDS ON UTILITIES
GAIN MORE CONTROL
SECURE YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE
COMMERCIAL SOLAR POWER CASE STUDY: PROFESSIONAL EYE CARE
Dr. Pittman is the owner of Professional Eye Care, near Savannah Georgia. He also owns the strip mall that his company shares with several tenants. His story begins with the typical confusion we see all the time from utility companies. He was being charged 17 cents per kWh, while another tenant in his same building was being charged 11 cents per kWh – 30% less!
When he started looking into putting solar panels on his section of the roof, he had an epiphany – why not put them on the rest of the roof too, connect them to his tenants’ power meters, and save all of them thousands of dollars each year on their energy bills?
Now, he’ll not only save thousands of dollars each year, but he’s gained a competitive advantage as a landlord. Imagine, as a commercial landlord, when potential tenants ask you about the typical monthly power bill and you reply with a straight face, “About ten bucks. Maybe twenty in the winter.”
COST RECOVERY: 4-5 YEARS
ESTIMATED MONTHLY SAVINGS: $550+ (monthly average over lifespan)
ESTIMATED TOTAL ROI: $168,973.16
IT’S MORE AFFORDABLE THAN YOU THINK!
Not only is solar right from an environmental perspective, in most cases, it is what accountants call a “no brainer” in terms of savings and tax benefits. With financing options that require no money down, you owe it to your farm to explore solar. Listen to our experts explain the financial incentives available from the state and federal government, and ways to substantially cut costs on your power bills.
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