Will your 2019 energy strategy include solar power that leverages expiring solar incentives?
Read our 3-part series and learn how to lower your upfront solar investment costs, boost ROI, and generate revenue by taking advantage of limited-time solar incentives, including the 30% Business Investment Tax Credit that is set to expire.
Going solar offers your business a powerful advantage over your competitors. When you install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, you can decrease your operating expenses, power your facility with onsite solar energy instead of drawing energy from the grid, and even generate additional revenue for your business. In addition, pairing solar power and battery storage can boost the sustainability and resilience of your business.
You can reduce your upfront investment costs by securing limited-time solar incentives with your solar PV system. Local, state and federal solar incentives enable businesses of all sizes to affordably install solar PV panels on their properties.
Our 3-part blog series will take you through some of the solar incentive options available and how to secure them. As the incentive market is constantly in motion, it’s important to include solar power in your 2019 energy strategy so you can leverage these programs before they change or expire.
Part 1: Save on investment costs and monetize your energy with 4 popular solar incentive programs
In part 1 of this series, you will learn about the federal, state and local incentives available to you and how to leverage them to maximize your solar investment. These incentives can reduce your upfront costs, boost your ROI, and even generate a revenue stream for your business.
Part 2: Maximize your energy budget in 2019 by leveraging the ITC
In part 2 of this series, learn about a specific solar incentive, The Business Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which is one of the most important federal incentives directly responsible for the growth of solar energy adoption in the U.S. This incentive is one of the most lucrative ways to reduce the investment costs of your solar PV installation. Learn how it works, how it maximizes your solar investment and energy strategy, and why it’s important to install solar power in 2019.
Part 3: Follow these 7 steps to ensure your business qualifies for the ITC
In part 3 of this series, you will learn what exact criteria you need to follow in order maximize your solar investment with the ITC and secure the highest level of the incentive before it expires in 2019. Follow our simple checklist to ensure your solar PV system qualifies – and if you meet all of the criteria, it’s time to plan for solar power in 2019.
Talk to Centrica Business Solutions to develop a solar energy strategy in 2019 that’s powered by solar incentives and the maximum level of the ITC. As incentives and vary from state to state and the incentive market is constantly in motion, our team will work closely with you to help you navigate these opportunities for your business.