Pay Less For Your Electricity with Business Solar Solutions
With millions of solar installations in the U.S, more and more business owners are taking advantage of the price difference between a solar PV system or continuing to pay their utility for electricity.
As a business owner you may be asking yourself, does solar make sense for my business? Maybe you’ve been thinking about going solar but it still seems like a risky idea.
By survey, both employees and customers like working for or doing business with a company who uses green energy and promotes environmental improvement. But when it comes to commercial solar, the main question is generally, does solar make financial sense?
Here are two simple facts that will help answer the question:
For the last 50 plus years, U.S. electricity prices have continuously increased by an average of about 4% every year.
Today, electricity accounts for one of the top five business expenses as business owners and CFOs feel electricity and utility bills cut into their profits as they simply pay too much for electricity.
On the flip side, thanks to constant advances in solar technology, improved optimization and increased reliability, the price for solar power has constantly decreased year after year to where installing solar power not only reduces your monthly payments, and can be done with no money out of pocket, but immediately protects you against constantly increasing electrical rates.
As every business is different, Expert Solar specializes in tailoring commercial solar installations to any business of any size, not only making it make sense financially, but working with your and your business’ specifications to help offset 100% of your energy with your solar PV system, helping you be 100% green.
Reduced Monthly Energy Costs
Helping The Environment
Federal Tax Incentives
Increased Property Value
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What You Should Know Before Going Solar
Watch your electricity bill disappear by switching to solar power! Here are some common questions and some brief answers. Schedule a free consultation today with one of our consultants who will be able to answer any questions you have about solar.