Solar Solutions for Utilities

Increasing your bottom line with reliable energy savings.

Power Your Facilities with Clean Energy

When you power your community with clean, renewable energy, the possibilities are endless. From improving your local economy through the creation of jobs to powering homes with solar and reducing fossil fuels, there’s a bright future for your city with solar.

Boost Local Economy

Your solar project can create viable solar jobs for citizens in your community and you’ll receive significant tax deductions that will help strengthen your infrastructure.

Reduce Carbon Footprint

Adding a renewable energy source like solar will help reduce the release of harmful fossil fuels to contribute to a greener future.

Community Support

From powering thousands of homes with solar to sourcing jobs to local residents, your community will also reap the benefits when you go solar.

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St. Petersburg Pier

St. Petersburg, FL

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OUC Gardenia

Orlando, FL

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Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re ready to meet your sustainability goals or want to boost your company’s bottom line, going solar can benefit your business in many ways. Here are some of the most common questions business owners ask when exploring solar options.

Why should I spend my time or money on solar right now?

There are usually three primary reasons organizations choose to invest in solar:

  • Financial benefit
  • Positive environmental impact
  • Brand elevation

If your business strategy aligns with any or all of these reasons, it probably makes sense to do more research about whether solar is right for your company.

How will my bottom line improve by adding solar?

Most companies focus on the financial benefits of solar. While solar may not be the right choice for everyone, many companies will see a significant increase in their bottom line, primarily with their utility bills. Here’s how:

  • Paying a lower price for electricity by entering into a power purchase agreement (PPA)
  • By generating free electricity by leasing or purchasing a solar system
  • Reducing utility demand charges by also incorporating an effective energy storage solution
Why should I go solar now instead of waiting for prices to drop or for solar technology to improve?

There are a few reasons why going solar sooner makes a lot of sense and can save you more money in the long run:

  • Favorable policies and tax incentives for installing commercial solar panel systems that are currently available may not always be in the future. For example, the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for solar is equal to 26% of the amount invested in an eligible installation (e.g., if you invest $100,000 in solar, you could receive a $26,000 tax credit). The ITC credit is scheduled to decrease to 22% in 2023, which is another example of why going solar sooner rather than later can benefit your business more.
  • A commercial solar system can also turn those utility bills into a fixed cost and protect against the rising price of electricity. When you pair solar with a commercial solar storage battery, a facilities operation manager gains 24/7 control over their building energy usage. A solar plus storage system will also keep your power on during outages or whether events such as hurricanes.
  • Current solar technology is quite advanced thanks to constant innovation over the last few decades. As a result, we’ll likely see the same fast increased efficiency rate of photovoltaic (PV) solar systems.
If solar is so popular, why don’t all businesses install it?
  • Many well-known companies have already gone solar. For those who haven’t, it’s often because they simply don’t know the full range of benefits. The bottom line is the cost of solar makes it a highly viable money-saving solution.
  • In other cases, some businesses may think their only option is to purchase a solar system outright and don’t know there are other financing options (such as leasing or entering into a PPA). As a result, business owners may believe they need to raise capital first or secure a loan.