Going Solar Is Good For Business.
Businesses that convert to solar power now will enjoy a number of significant advantages:
Federal & State Incentives: Federal and state tax credits and grants can play a major role in decreasing the cost of solar panels. Through 2016, you'll get a 30% federal tax credit
for installing solar panels. Install your commercial solar system before the end of 2011 and you can take that credit as a cash grant. Your state may offer additional tax incentives. re2g will find all the
applicable credits and grants and we'll facilitate all the necessary paperwork.
Reduced Electric Bill: Reduce your electric bills instantly and decrease your dependence on other forms of energy.
Create New Revenue Streams: Create new revenue streams by selling the clean energy credits you'll earn for going solar. Use the money to help pay off your system,
and then keep earning income for years to come.
You can even purchase solar power for other businesses, sell them the solar power generated by the system (at a reduced rate from their existing electric bill) and retain ownership of the clean energy credits your system generates, generating even more revenue.
Quick Payback: Your re2g solar system can pay for itself in as little as 4 years with all the tax credits, grants, electricity savings, and clean energy credits. And you'll keep
saving on utility costs and earning income from clean energy credits. With up to 15% annual ROI, you can earn back more than 300% of your costs over the life of the system.
Be a Green Company: More than ever, customers prefer to do business with companies that are environmentally friendly. With your solar panels in place, you can promote the fact that
you are a "green" business and know that you're doing your part to protect the environment.
- Protected Investment: Your investment is protected with re2g's industry leading warranties.
"Working with re2g was easy. Their proposal provided me with all the information I needed to know upfront - including important facts about the PA Sunshine grant, applicable taxes, and reasonable expectations about SRECS. They completed our installation on-time and on budget. No surprises. The solar panels they used looked great, too."
- Owner, Solebury Orchards