There are many
benefits to commercial solar
Solar energy production is becoming increasingly accessible to companies and non-profits! Here at Power Sync Solar we are always staying current on recent trends and changes in the solar industry to be able to provide you with high quality service and ta good experience switching to solar. We are a company dedicated to client satisfaction by creating individualized systems that will meet the energy needs of each business owner, taking care of everything start to finish. We understand that each client is different and we offer financing options so you can get immediate savings, upon your system being turned on. Here are a few reasons to take advantage of the benefits surrounding solar:
3-7 year payback period (for both grant and non-grant awardees
dependent on geographic location, business size, and type of business
What is the REAP Grant?
The REAP Grant is a commercial grant that covers up to 50% of the system cost. In order to be a possible grant awardee, you must meet this criteria:
be a for profit rural business
How do you benefit from it?
A few benefits of the REAP Grant are:
Grant covers up to 50% of project costs
100% potential offset
How do you apply?
Get in touch with us and we will ask about your needs and how we can better serve your business
Once we have utility bills from the past three years we will begin designing an ideal design for your specific energy output and we will get in touch with our grant writer who will write the grant for your company and we will get that submitted to be processed and reviewed!
Carl's Sales & Services Inc.
Crossroads Mini Storage
Carl’s Sales & Service Inc. is a tractor supply store that provides necessary parts for regular tractor maintenance that wouldn’t be readily available at a typical auto store. This is the second business the owner has chosen to put solar on. They reached out to Power Sync Solar earlier this year about putting solar are their first business. This is a three-phase system that is grid-tied that dramatically decreases the usual utility expenses this owner has to deal with on a monthly basis. This project did include the REAP Grant- which covered a large portion of the overall costs of this project for the owner. After this system was up and running the owner gave us a call to let us know that their local utility company let them know they always enjoyed testing our systems and approving them because they are non-problematic and they’re quality systems that do not need re-done again and again. The owner also stated that Power Sync Solar “not only had good sales people, but they have good technicians as well”.
When we approached the owner of Crossroads Mini Storage in Joplin, Missouri, he was very skeptical that solar energy could work for his business. He felt as if it wasn’t very practical to install solar because of how little energy he used. He also viewed his metal roof and two separate meters for his property as obstacles as he began to further consider solar for his storage facility. As pictured above, the metal roof wasn’t an issue. The only hindrance we encountered was combining the two meters. This was possible through the addition of a circuit to the main panel of the first meter that combined the energy coming from the second meter, allowing for both meters to be combined. The owner is now able to produce all the energy he needs to keep his business up and running with his 16 panel system, he began to further consider solar for his storage facility. As pictured above, the metal roof wasn’t an issue. The only hindrance we encountered was combining the two meters. This was possible through the addition of a circuit to the main panel of the first meter that combined the energy coming from the second meter, allowing for both meters to be combined. The owner is now able to produce all the energy he needs to keep his business up and running with his 16 panel system.
Prairie Creek Marina
Prairie Creek Marina, located on Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas, is home to the many boats of the residents of the Rogers, Arkansas area. The owners of the marina reached out to us to do solar for their business about a year after we installed solar for their home. The switch to this grid-tied solar system has allowed the owner to not only be energy independent but also provide energy in a sustainable way.
Due to the great experience the owner of Freeman Liquidators had with solar on his other businesses, it was an easy decision for him to pull the trigger to add this grid-tied system to his liquidation business. This array size is a great example of a medium-sized business being less energy dependent. It also shows that solar can work for your three-phase system.