Proprietary Energy Savings Program
Are you looking for a cost-effective way to reduce your business’s operating expenses? We have eliminated all the barriers for businesses to go solar for businesses. Contact us today to learn more.
Proprietary Energy Savings Program for Florida Businesses
Florida businesses are looking for ways to reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint. That’s why we offer a variety of solar energy financial models that can help businesses save money and reduce their environmental impact.
Using our Energy Savings Program, your company has no risk.
Under Solar One’s energy savings program will operate, insure, and maintain the system while the dealership owns the system outright and reaps the benefits of sun for decades to come.
Whether you go solar or not you’re going to purchase power either way.
Solar is no longer a matter of interest, it’s a matter of choice!
Our Director Explains Our ESP Model
You won’t be required to share 80% of the benefits with a 3rd party ownership, as you would with a Power Purchase Agreement, PPA or lease. In other words— your company will actually own the solar array.
Once you receive a proposal from Solar One, you won’t be asking if going solar makes sense or not—you’ll be asking Solar One to put solar panels on your entire portfolio of properties.
Whether you have 10,000 or 10 million square feet of roof top space, whether your family owned or fortune 500, we’d like to have a conversation with you in order to learn more about your business.
Please check the information below and connect with us. We look forward to speaking with you soon.
Solar One has constructed over 40 Commercial Solar Projects in different parts of the country, ranging from school districts, to retail, manufacturing, multi-family and other commercial properties. Many of our customers have had us do 3, 4, 5, 6 different properties. We have dozens of additional projects currently under contract. Our Director is based in Florida and is available for in person meetings.
For conservative purposes these are the numbers in Warm Florida…California has even more sunshine.
50,000 square foot roof top = $1 million in savings over 25 years
100,000 square foot roof = $2 million in savings over 25 years
1.333 = production factor in Florida for example (if at 180 degree tilt)
1.333 x 700 kw = annual kWh (kilowatt-hour) produce in year = 933
A kilowatt hour is when you add in your supply delivery, taxes, conservatively worth $0.08 = 1 kWh
Supply rate on average = 5.5
Take $0.08 x 933 (annual kwH produced in a year)
= ~$70,000/year in savings
Which = $6,000/month in electricity savings
Or ~$2 million in savings over 25 year warrantied life.
The City of Miami
Miami is a vibrant city located in the southeastern United States. It is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and vibrant culture. The city is home to numerous popular attractions such as the Miami Seaquarium, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and Jungle Island. Miami is also home to numerous professional sports teams such as the Miami Heat and Miami Dolphins. All of these attractions make Miami a great place to live, work, and visit.
As the cost of utility bills in Miami continues to increase, businesses are looking for ways to reduce their expenses and save money. One viable option is to install a commercial solar system. In Miami, commercial solar is becoming increasingly popular due to its cost savings and environmental benefits.
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Solar Incentives Miami
Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC): Allows businesses to claim a credit equal to 26% of the cost of their solar energy system.
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program: Provides financing for energy-efficient improvements, including solar panels. Businesses can finance the cost of their solar panel installation through their property taxes, spreading the cost out over a period of up to 20 years.
Solar Energy System Incentives Program (SESIP): A grant program administered by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services that provides grants to businesses, non-profits, and local governments in the state to help offset the cost of installing solar panels. Grants are based on the size of the solar panel system and can be used to cover up to 50% of the cost of installation.
Net metering: Allows businesses to sell excess solar energy back to the grid, earning credits on their energy bills.
Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS): Requires utilities to generate a certain percentage of their electricity from renewable sources, including solar. This helps to create a market for solar energy in the state.
Sales tax exemption: Solar panel systems and solar water heaters are exempt from sales tax in Florida, which can help to reduce the cost of installation.
Property tax exemption: Solar panel systems are exempt from property taxes in Florida.
Some of Our Clients
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|Areas Serving:||Alachua County,
Indian River County,
Palm Beach County,
Santa Rosa County,
St. Johns County,
St. Lucie County,
|Services||Commercial Solar Installation
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