For most non-profits, the second largest expense after salaries is the electric bill. Reduce that bill to nearly zero with our commercial PACE program, where your organization can capture the Federal Tax credit for solar. No $ upfront-savings start the first year. See if you qualify.We work with the following non-profits:
Generate solar power during the day, even when it’s cloudy. Any excess power from your system will feed back into the electrical grid… and with net metering, you’re credited for it.
Photovoltaic (PV) solar power cells convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electric power throughout the day. DC power flows from the solar panels into the inverter, where it’s converted to alternating current (AC) power and used to power your home.
Make your meter spin backward, and not forward, to start saving.
With the cost of electricity projected to continue to increase, solar power is a long-term solution to offsetting your energy costs, not to mention your carbon footprint.
Installing an energy storage system in your home or operation is a wise investment. When reviewing your utility bill, it’s important to pay close attention to the two different types of charges on your account: One charge will be your average usage of electricity that month and the other will be the maximum usage of electricity that month.
PV systems generate electricity to offset all or most energy charges. But demand charges are not completely offset by PV. An ESS installed with a PV system can further increase utility bill savings by reducing demand charges, and hedging against impacts of changes in utility rates and tariffs.
The benefits to having a solar energy storage system are lower demand charges, increased solar savings, and increased energy savings.