As a key leader of a small business or nonprofit, you believe in the benefits of solar energy. Solar cuts utility costs. Solar provides jobs for the local economy. Solar is good for our planet. Solar makes you stand out. In theory, installing a commercial solar panel system makes sense.
But you’ve also heard it’s more complicated than that. You think solar for business is unreliable or that the process of installing a solar energy system is so difficult it’s not worth your time and effort.
Our satisfied customers install completely financed solar energy systems for $0 down and see savings day one. Don’t believe us? Here’s a video on how it works:
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After struggling to go solar for over two years, Ronald Kaplan, CFO of Southern Jersey Family Medical Center, was finally able to find “commercial solar financing terms that no other provider was able to offer” through Braggawatt’s easy-to-use platform. SJFMC started saving on their electricity costs from day one.View the Case Study
Decrease your monthly utility costs by generating solar electricity for less than it costs to buy it from your local utility provider. Even though you won’t eliminate your entire utility bill, you will see savings.
When you generate your own electricity, you are protected from rising energy costs and inflation since the price of solar energy is predetermined for the life of the system.
The most significant incentive is the 30 percent federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in income taxes. Furthermore, many jurisdictions offer additional solar incentives, including cash grants and performance-based Renewable Energy Credits (RECs).
For-profit companies can benefit from another significant income tax deduction that allows them to depreciate the capital investment in their solar system on an accelerated schedule. This helps our customers invest in themselves, rather than their utility.
Most utility companies provide a credit on your bill for the excess energy your system generates that your building doesn’t need (for example, solar generated on weekends). This is called Net Metering.