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Go Green Technologies can move your facility toward Net Zero with highly efficient and surprisingly affordable solar PV systems. Here’s how we can work together:

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Sustainable Energy Production

“The tremendous growth in the U.S. solar industry is helping to pave the way to a cleaner, more sustainable energy future. Over the past few years, the cost of a solar energy system has dropped significantly - helping to give more American families and business access to affordable, clean energy.” US Department of Energy


Site Audit

Not every building is a viable candidate for a solar installation. Factors such as building roof design, rooftop condition, building orientation, and rooftop obstructions can impact the pow-er generation potential of a solar application. Our solar team uses generally available aerial photography of a candidate building and may visit the site to capture more information.


Engineering Analysis and Proposal

Using building information, our solar engineers create a computer model of the facility and the associated available rooftop sunlight. Then, solar panels are positioned on the model to determine the layout and solar system capacity. Finally, using the system capacity and the facility’s historical electrical usage profile, the team prepares a proposal that includes a financial analysis showing the investment and the payback based on available tax credits and savings resulting from the use of the solar power rather than expensive power from the electric grid.

The Fiscal Case for Solar

The pricing volatility of fossil fuels, along with the difficulty of forecasting future fuel prices, puts energy customers and providers at risk from fluctuating energy rates. Recognizing these factors, business owners and communities are taking control over their power costs through co-generation.

During the past 10 years, the price of solar panels has dropped over 85% while electric power cost has risen by 50%. This lower equipment cost combined with tax credits, accelerated depreciation and performance incentives make a strong fiscal case for solar.

But these financial advantages may be short-lived. For example, the investment tax credit, currently at 30% will begin to sunset in 2020, dropping to 10% for businesses and 0% for individuals in 2022 and beyond.

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Enhanced Property Value

Often overlooked and undervalued is the rooftop covering commercial, industrial, multi-family residential, and even parking structures. Smart business owners are discovering this hidden asset and putting it to use generating electric power! 

Solar-powered properties will be the norm in the future. Not only will they bring valuable independent power-generating capabilities to the owner, but they will bol-ster sustainability objectives. Solar-powered building can be a draw for employees, investors and tenants in residential properties who embrace the landlord’s commitment to the environment.

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