Efficient use of resources and effective control of operating costs are critical to the success of any business. Adoption of a commercial solar system empowers business owners with an effective tool in P&L management. For facilities of any size, a solar installation can immediately lower energy cost, turn unused roof space into an income producing asset, and qualify business owners for valuable tax credits and lucrative incentive programs.
Solar energy is an abundant, reliable, clean source of energy which avoids so many of the risks and detriments associated with traditional fossil fuels or atomic energy. Harnessing, delivering, storing, and consuming the sun’s energy produces no carbon emissions and therefore does not contribute to climate change, a trend affecting food and water supply worldwide. For companies who choose to go solar, not only are they making a sound investment, they also demonstrate a commitment to environmental stewardship, a means to a more sustainable future.
Distributed generation of solar power is good for both local communities and our nation at large. Site-specific solar supports local economies by creating high skilled jobs, promoting local capital investment and fostering a business environment conducive to innovation. Increased domestic production of solar energy reduces our reliance on foreign born fuel sources thereby increasing America’s energy independence and strengthening national security.