How To Determine If Your Company Should Be Investing In Solar Power

19th May 17

Written by James Doyle

Thinking of investing in solar and not sure if you’re ready to take the plunge? We have a simple test for you. Ok, think of your power bill. Would you like that to be lower? If you answered yes, then you’re ready for commercial solar power. We know that the initial outlay of investing in solar can be a bit of a put-off for some business owners, but when you think about it you’re really just prepaying a whole lot of power at a much cheaper rate. And in a way that’s better for the environment and your business.


 Now is a great time for solar

If you have done even the slightest bit of research into solar power for your business you will know that there are rebates and incentives galore from the government set to make solar an attractive option for your business. Why?

The price of solar panels and systems has gone down significantly

Where once solar panels were hugely expensive and suited only to the deepest of pockets, it’s now possible to get great quality solar panels at a fairly low price. For commercial solar power it’s possible to invest in this revolutionary power source efficiently and intelligently with inventive lease and purchase agreements. Take a look at our next point to find out more.

There are financing options to make solar more affordable for your business

Buying a commercial solar power setup for your business no longer has to be a hugely expensive outlay. Instead, plenty of companies are opting to buy through a power purchase agreement, whereby a company supplies the solar power set up, and then the tenant buys the energy from the solar set up from the company at a reduced rate. The solar setup is paid off over time, while the business enjoys a cheaper rate on power from the time of install.

You could actually get rid of power bills

Depending on the type of system that you have, you may actually be able to get rid of those pesky electricity bills altogether.

How to get started

If you’re thinking that solar might be right for your business, then there are a few key steps to take to make sure things will work for you with commercial solar power.

Step One: Call an expert for a chat about what kind of power you want from your set up

Step Two: Have your business assessed for its suitability for use as a solar setup

Step Three: Look at your available roof space, electricity use patterns and your budget

From there it’s just a matter of getting started, so why not take the first step and give us a call today?

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