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The Many Perks of Commercial Solar Systems

Edmund Brunetti
 


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Businesses can kill two birds with one stone by upgrading to commercial solar systems. Not only can a business “go green” by using solar energy to power their operations, but it is also possible to save significant money in the long-run. Here are some of the major perks associated with commercial solar systems in Australia.

1. High Returns on a Limited Investment

Thanks to the many rebates on offer by the government, roughly a third of the purchase price of the entire system is already covered. Whatever money is being put into the construction of a commercial solar system is earned back within four to five years. And when that time has passed, it is straight profit. Most companies can expect to gain anywhere from 15 to 20 percent per annum with commercial solar systems in Hobart.

2. Lack of Maintenance and Upgrades

The beauty of the commercial solar systems that you can have installed in Devonport is how the company will not need to worry about upgrades or maintenance. When a professional crew completes the installation of the commercial solar system, it is good to go. There is no need to upgrade anything in a year, five years or ten years. Similarly, the need for maintenance is close to zero. The system will run smoothly and it is very easy to monitor its performance.

3. Solar Panels Lower AC Costs

Studies have shown that when a solar installation is completed on the roof of a commercial building, heat ingress is drastically reduced thanks to the shading being provided by the panel. This shading ensures that air conditioning costs will be a lot lower during the summer months. And when you combine those savings with the 85 percent you can save on your office power bills, it is an easy decision to go with a commercial solar system installation in Devonport .

Process of Completing a Solar System Installation

When you speak with a top provider of solar systems in your area, the process of getting a system set up is very straightforward. The first step is a proposal, where the company will assess your company’s requirements and structure, and provide you with a detailed report of the costs and the estimated time to complete the installation. If you are happy with the proposal, you can get all the information on your system’s design before any work begins. When the design is finalized and approved, installation will begin. And then you will have a world class commercial solar system at your building, which ensures drastically lower energy bills for decades to come.

Companies that are apprehensive about putting so much money down on a commercial solar system may want to think about rentals. Even with a rental, it is possible to save money in the short term. The payments on a rental are usually lower than the comparable electric bills without a solar system. And when the system is paid off in five to eight years, you will own the system and realize even more savings.

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