Energy accounts for a large portion of your overhead. With solar, you produce your own energy and you do so in a way that does not disrupt your operations.
Become leaner by going greener. Verogy is the commercial solar company that can show you the way.
Location – Verogy will conduct a survey of how much sunlight your location gets and present a report of what our analysis finds so you can make the right decision. Sunlight is affected by cloudy days and shadows from surrounding buildings and trees, so location plays a role in choosing the best option.
Land options – Open spaces are optimal for ground-mounted arrays, while locations constrained by space may have roof and parking lot canopy options. Each option has its benefits. Roof systems can use 70% of the open roof space after accounting for mechanical and other roof structures.
Accessibility – Your building or facility may already be connected to the grid, but Verogy will make sure your system is compatible.
Economics – Every kilowatt hour you produce onsite goes toward lowering energy demand, which means you lower what you spend on energy each month. That’s the simple economics behind solar. Additionally, some localities allow you to sell renewable attributes through Solar Renewable Energy Credits along with federal tax credits for solar. This is an attractive option for commercial solar projects for additional cost savings.
Businesses of All Sizes Use Solar Energy to Lower Costs
Verogy can show you how you can join them. Connect with us today to request a proposal for your project.
Verogy helps you develop a solar implementation plan that suits your ownership goals. This falls into two major categories.
Third-Party Ownership – Verogy plans, develops, builds, maintains, and owns the commercial or industrial solar panel array but places it on your rooftop space or open areas. Through a power purchase agreement or solar lease agreement, you obtain the power generated by the solar array at a rate significantly lower than anything offered by local utility companies. This keeps the solar asset off your books and Verogy receives any tax credits and depreciation. We maintain the low energy rate throughout the agreement or life of the system. These terms usually are from 20-25 years depending on the location and project.
Direct Ownership – When you finance and own the system yourself, your company retains the solar array as an asset on the balance sheet and is entitled to all tax credits and depreciation deductions for the life of the asset. These benefits reduce the overall cost of building the system. Verogy can build and maintain your system, reducing your risk.
Through the cost-reducing power of solar energy, we ensure your organization is protected from future energy cost fluctuations. We use our market knowledge, technical expertise, financial leverage, and industry contacts to make sure your solar project is exactly what your business needs, at a price that fits into your budget.