- Government incentives
The Australian government offers tax incentives and rebates for small-scale technology certificates that can assist in upfront installation costs for commercial solar power.
- Demonstrate responsibility – commitment to sustainability
Switching to commercial solar power provides your business green credentials, an incredibly important advantage in today’s consumer-driven society. Making a commitment to sustainability demonstrates corporate responsibility to employees, other businesses, the press and the public.
- Reduce greenhouse gases and carbon footprint
Businesses need to be responsible for their influence on the environment and take initiative in sustainability and renewable energy sources. Switching your business to the commercial solar panel can significantly reduce the impact your energy consumption has on the production of greenhouse gases. You can reduce your carbon footprint, become environmentally friendly and respected among other business and consumers.
- Reduce energy bills
Commercial solar power can reduce energy bills by a substantial amount. The cost of energy is continuing to rise and is forecast to unpredictable increases in the future, however, solar energy provides a managed cost after installation – the sun is a free energy source, your business will not have to be subject to increase energy bills by large non-renewable corporations.
- Improve value of the building
If you’re the owner of the building your company operates in, investing in commercial solar power can have extreme benefits in the future if you decide to sell. The installed solar panels can drastically improve the value of your property, helping you to maximize your funds down the track.
- Maintain financial stability – reduce operating costs
Commercial solar power can help you grow your business by allowing you to maintain financial stability and invest funds into expanding and improving business efficiency. After the initial upfront cost of installation, companies can reduce operating costs and increase margins, allowing them to plan for the reliable future.