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Many businesses are making the decision to go solar. Aside from the environmental benefits, converting to solar energy is incredibly cost effective, as it saves the company money on the electric bills while also encouraging sizable tax credits and incentives. Commercial installations are by definition more complicated than residential installations, as they take place on a much larger scale, and typically involve permit. 


Contacting a solar contractor is the first step in the process. The contractor will meet with the business owner to assess the property. Solar contractors must consider everything from the space that is available to the amount of sunlight each part of the building receives. This is helpful in determining the appropriate solar panel module, such as roof mounted or ground mounted. The solar contractor also talks in depth with the business owner to get an understanding of the business’ energy needs, as well as the plausible budget. Solar contractors also work with their clients to ensure they have access to all financing options that are available.

Once the solar contractor and business owner have worked together to come up with a plan, everything goes into motion. Your solar contractor takes care of any and all permits that you may need, and then designs and installs the system!

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