Solar for Business
Installing solar on commercial buildings (eg warehousing, industrial or farming), makes good dollars and sense.
By making use of an unused asset (the roof of your building), your business will earn additional income that flows to your bottom line.
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We will assess the feasibility of your commercial site based on the rates you are paying, the orientation and condition of the roof, your consumption patterns, cost of a solar installation and other factors. Your accountant will know that your investment is subject to the Capital Cost Allowance allowing as much as 50% of the cost to be written off annually.
We may be able to recommend a solar power system for your commercial building that balances demand with production so that although you remain connected to the electrical grid, you pay a much reduced amount to the utility.
The program is called net-metering and is offered by most LDC’s.
With a net-metering contract, you pay for the net difference between the power you consume and the power produced by your solar power system.
We will be happy to provide you with a free remote site assessment and cash flow analysis.
We can't say enough about Mark's integrity and honesty. When he says he will be there he shows up! The price he gives you is the price you pay.He leaves your property clean We have recommended him to others and will continue to do so. When our finances allow, we will definitely have Mark do more work for us
Rob & Cathy in Oshawa
I contacted all BBB listed solar panel installers: Mark from Down-To-Earth Solar Power Inc is definitely down-to-earth! And his company was the only one who actually went up on the roof even BEFORE we had signed any contract to measure and give us several options for a precise layout until we had the one that perfectly fits onto the south and west roof only -- exactly like we wanted it.