Commercial Solar Installation
Zenergy brings together expertise, skills and knowledge in the renewable energy sector and is able to design the right solar system for your business. With our knowledge of energy policy, national and local solar incentives, our experts will be sure that you get the biggest return on your investment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Solar seems like a big investment. Why should I spend time and money on solar?
Time is money, and, in the case of energy, time costs more money every year. Electricity rates go up year after year, and are impossible to predict. Investing in solar now protects your business from the rising costs of electricity. Depending on the size of your system, you’ll eliminate a portion of your electricity bill—or all of it!
Zenergy will guide you through the steps of taking your business solar. We’ve helped many businesses just like yours go solar.
How can running my business on solar increase my bottom line?
Solar will save your business money that would otherwise be spent on utility bills. The bottom-line benefits are undeniable. Surveys show that 87% of businesses who’ve gone solar cite saving money as one of the primary reasons for funding solar projects. Your business could save hundreds of thousands of dollars in electricity costs over the life of your solar system. This money saved directly increases your bottom line.
Can a focus on sustainability help my business grow?
Businesses that have added solar experience a boost to their brand as well. Customers like working with businesses who are concerned for the environment and choose clean energy. It’s good for business!
Why should our business go solar now?
The longer you wait to add solar energy, the more it costs your business. While commercial prices for solar have decreased over the year, recent policy changes suggest that may be coming to an end. The federal investment tax credit (ITC) for solar is equal to 30% of the amount invested in an eligible installation. However, the ITC rate will decrease to 26% in 2020, 22% in 2021, and 10% after 2021. Yet, electricity prices continue to increase year over year. The sooner you go solar, the more you can save.