Business solar applications typically offer very high rates of return on investment.
This is because solar energy production during daylight will closely match your business energy demands during office/work hours.
Using all of your solar energy on site means that you achieve maximum co2 reduction and draw minimal electricity from the national grid, so reducing overall demand.
Reducing your co2 emissions can :
By investing in solar technology you will be showing your customers that you care about
the environment, and that you are willing to invest in our future.
Engaging your employees in a solar energy efficiency project has the effect of making them more cost conscious, and can lead to further savings on operating expenses.
By earning a "green" label, your business or company can express its participation in
the battle against global warming, and reduce our country's dependence on expensive foreign sources.
Going green will not only earn you a great rate of return on investment and reduce operating expenses, but will serve as a great marketing tool.
Having an environmentally responsible public image, is good for your company and will generate a positive response from customers.
Solar tax allowances :
Every business welcomes a tax allowance, In Wales and the rest of the UK we have provision for energy saving initiatives, including certain solar energy equipment under the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme
Under the initiative , you can write off 100% or the equipment against taxable
profits made during the first year of installation (see government energy technology list)
Also, if the European Union Emissions Trading System affects your company, or you are part of : Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme
Solar power will help meet your energy saving targets.
It is likely that you have unused roof space available , why not put it to work?
Have a look at our "going carbon neutral" section or speak to our technical team to find out what your roof is capable of...
consultation is free.
Take a look at our solar-map to see how many are near you!
Renewable energy statistics for Wales : http://www.assemblywales.org/13-059.pdf