Commercial solar power is a quality investment for business, government and nonprofit organizations. Whether you’re a small business or a major corporation, having full control of rising utility costs is part of staying competitive. Now imagine your power bill is cut in half or eliminated altogether. What could you do with that extra capital?
Rethink Electric turns that dream into a reality. With a ton of available incentives, solar power is an affordable, non-taxable asset that improves your company’s image. Talk to us today about switching to solar.
The incentives for going solar can easily bring the system cost within reach and significantly shorten the payback period for businesses small and large. Rethink Electric specializes in connecting the dots for your company. The financial offset for commercial systems is currently spectacular. Your business can be free of renting power from the utilities and own its electric production.
Our in-house North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) custom design your solar system based on your facility's architecture and the projected electrical needs of your business, government organization, or nonprofit for the next 30 to 40 years. Our electrical and structural engineers are entirely in-house with nothing subbed out. That keeps your cost lower and our work to a higher standard.
Whether you need a rooftop self-ballasted system with no penetrations in the roof, a solar carport, a ground-mounted system, or a shade awning off the side of your building, we design and build your project in a unique and ideal way.
We know the lack of capital is a legitimate hurdle to making the switch to solar power. At Rethink Electric, we advocate for you and help you secure the financial incentives you need, helping you apply for all available rebates and grants that pertain to you.
Why do we do this? Because investing in solar energy makes sense for every community, and we can’t think of anyone better suited to model what responsible, sustainable power looks like than the government and nonprofit sectors.