We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for our business and public sector customers. Whether you have space on your property or would like to subscribe to a remote project, we strive to customize our approach to fit your needs.
Parking Canopy Solutions
Parking canopies with solar are a great fit if you have outdoor parking spaces available at your facilities. In addition to providing affordable, clean energy, canopies also provide shade, protection from the elements for cars and people, community visibility, and the ability to scale beyond any roof or land limitations your facilities may have.
Rooftop solar allows you to take advantage of a major asset that may be going unused: your roof. Rooftop solar with ballasted racking keeps costs down while minimizing potential roof modifications. In areas with minimal seismic requirements and wind loads, you may be able to install rooftop solar without penetrations. Where roof penetrations are necessary to secure the system, we utilize noninvasive positive attachments and maintain roof warranties.
Through community solar programs in several U.S. states, businesses, schools, municipalities, and household electricity consumers can all take part in solar energy, even if you lease your facilities or lack rooftop space.
This energy sourcing method allows your facilities to subscribe to a portion of the output from a solar project in your area. In return, your company will receive savings on your electricity bill, while also supporting local solar development.
In deregulated markets, you can take advantage of economies of scale through long-term agreements for the energy portion of your electricity bill. Through this arrangement, you procure electricity from a wind or solar facility located in a region with an Independent System Operator (ISO), like the mid-Atlantic (PJM), New England (NEISO), or Texas (ERCOT).
Wholesale power contracting can help you overcome on-site barriers to provide a clean power solution that offers economic value at scale, independent of real estate and other geographic constraints.
Storage maximizes the value of your solar power by helping you save more on your electricity bill. Each month commercial and industrial customers pay not only for the energy they use (measured in kilowatt-hours, or kWh), but also for the peak demand fees their utility charges (measured in kilowatts, or kW). If your peak demand spikes just once during the month, your demand charges may increase dramatically, accounting for 50% or more of your total bill.
While solar production offsets your energy usage over time, batteries allow you to store the energy your solar system produces for times when the sun isn’t shining, reducing your peak demand, and thus, your peak demand charges.
Similar to solar energy systems, our storage offering is available without upfront capital costs.