Does solar make sense for your business?
St. Joseph's in Sacramento
Offices in Natomas
In our experience, the average commercial property owner pays around $540 in monthly electricity bills before going solar. After the system is up, their electric bill reduces to around $90. That’s an 83% reduction!!!
Industrial Park in Sacramento
Here are THE four reasons we believe every business owner should consider solar:
We call them the Big 4
pretty clever, huh?
1. Lower Operating Costs. By activating solar you immediately lower your electricity costs, freeing up cash flow and improving your margins and bottom line.
2. Accelerated Depreciation. Businesses can deduct 85% of the value of the solar asset from their taxes, providing another significant offset to the upfront cost of a system array.
3. Fixed Operating Costs. Solar gives you the ability to better control what your monthly costs will be.
4. Government Rebates/Credits. Commercial Solar is eligible for a variety of federal, state and local incentives. When added up, these incentives can potentially cover 45-80% of your overall system cost.
Add a Backup Generator
How many people do you know who actually have a business battery backup system?
Did you answer ZERO? Most people buy a battery backup because they want to keep the lights on when the electricity goes out. The problem is their price.
A commercial battery installation can easily reach $35,000. Other than for emergency backup, it just doesn’t make financial sense for you to install a battery with a solar system because California offers solar users Net Metering to avoid electricity charges while you are at home.
Generac home generators have the capacity to out-perform a battery in terms of emergency back up power on every level!