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Clean energy for your industrial business needs
As a manufacturing business, you understand the importance of cost efficiency and the potential of sustainable energy solutions.

Solar energy is an ideal solution for businesses that want to reduce their carbon footprint and save on increasing electric utility bills.

Manufacturing facilities are some of the largest consumers of energy, accounting for a significant portion of the world's total energy consumption.
By investing in solar energy, manufacturing businesses can significantly reduce their energy costs. Solar panels can reduce reliance on traditional fossil fuels by generating electricity from the sun. Energy bills can decrease while still powering all the manufacturing equipment necessary for regular operations.
Solar energy provides businesses with energy independence, which can be essential during power outages. With solar power, manufacturing businesses can continue to operate even during grid failures. This will ensure that essential work that relies on consistent electricity is not disrupted, as well as reducing the risk of revenue loss in the event of an outage.
According to the EPA, manufacturing facilities account for approximately 23% of all carbon emissions in the U.S. By investing in solar energy, manufacturing facilities can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability, reduce their carbon footprint, attract more customers, and improve their public image. Solar is a clean energy source that generates no emissions or pollutants, making it an excellent option for manufacturing facilities seeking to realize their ESG and decarbonization goals.

Maximize Return on Investment

Investing in solar energy can provide a return on investment in the long run. Although the initial investment may be high, the savings generated by using solar energy can offset the initial costs over time. Solar panels can provide manufacturing facilities with a return on investment of up to 25%, and long-term cost savings of up to $70,000 per year.

Government Incentives

Governments at the local, state, and federal levels offer incentives to manufacturing businesses that invest in solar energy. These incentives can include tax credits, grants, and rebates, which can reduce the overall cost of installation. The new Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) includes tax credits that can cover 30% of the total project cost.

At ESA, we offer a range of solar energy solutions that can help manufacturing businesses achieve their sustainability goals while reducing their energy costs. Our team of experts can provide a comprehensive assessment of your business's energy needs and design a solar energy system that meets your specific requirements.

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