Commercial Solar Installations
More and more companies are becoming concerned about the environmental and social impacts of the products they buy.
By investing in Commercial Solar Installations, such as solar pv, businesses can control their energy costs while helping to reduce their carbon footprint. Further more, increasing numbers of consumers and investors are making their purchasing decisions based on a business’s social and environmental practices.
Improving your business’s carbon footprint is fast becoming a necessity in today’s economy. Anything that helps reduce your overhead energy costs and puts you in compliance with carbon regulations can give your company the edge it needs to thrive. By using Commercial Solar technology businesses can protect against rising utility rates, reduce operating costs and make a good return on their investment. For example a properly installed solar system can save up to 70% on home heating bills.
Additional benefits include low maintenance, long term reliability (most PV systems have a life expectancy in excess of 25 years) and eco friendly technology. There are also financial incentives to bear in mind, including the the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Commercial Solar Installations are ideal for any commercial enterprise with a large area of otherwise unused space. A warehouse roof, or a paddock are popular examples.
The cost of solar is determined by the system size measured in Kilowatts. As the system gets larger the cost per kW installed will come down. Until April 2012 the rates are 36.1p per kWh for systems from 4kW to 10kW and 31.4kWh for systems up to 100kWh.
Electricity production of your solar system depends on how many “sun-hour-days” you have in your area.
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