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Commercial Solar Savings
Solaryna Solar Energy specializes in the sales, design, installation, monitoring, and maintenance of commercial solar energy systems. Whether you are financing or leasing, your company can significantly reduce or even eliminate your current utility bill. In fact, in just a short amount of time, your system can pay for itself through tax credits and depreciation benefits that are available only to commercial customers.
With our Commercial Solar Installations:
- Lower your operations expenses by reducing or eliminating your electrical bills
- Reduce your tax liability and get more deductions
- Good Return on Investment
- Long term financial savings that will last for years to come
- Increase the value of your commercial property
How solar power is integrated into the electricity grid?
The transition to an electricity system with a larger amount of solar power provides many benefits. The range of technologies, including small-scale distributed solar (mostly rooftop systems) and large-scale PV systems—come with different advantages for home owners, businesses, and utilities.
The electricity generated by rooftop solar panels first supplies on-site needs, with the grid supplying additional electricity as needed. When the home or business generates more electricity than it consumes, the electricity is fed back into the grid.
One of the biggest benefits that rooftop solar provides to the grid is that it often produces electricity when—and where—that power is most valuable. For example, in many regions demand on the electricity system peaks in the afternoon on hot, sunny days, when air conditioning use is high and when rooftop solar is performing strongly. Such systems therefore help utilities meet peak demand without firing up seldom-used power plants that are both expensive and more polluting than most other options
Rooftop systems also reduce strain on electricity distribution and transmission equipment by allowing homes and businesses to first draw power on-site instead of relying completely on the electricity grid. The benefits are twofold: the use of on-site power avoids the inefficiencies of transporting electricity over long distances, and on-site systems potentially allow the utility to postpone expensive upgrades to its infrastructure.
Large-scale solar systems, unlike rooftop solar, feed their electricity directly into the high-voltage electricity grid and thus have some similarities with the centralized power plants around which the U.S. electric system evolved.
Large-scale PV, like rooftop systems, has the benefit of often operating at highest capacity when demand is also the greatest. In addition, the inherently modular nature of PV technology helps to make PV systems more resilient to extreme weather than traditional power plants that they replace. Large coal, natural gas, and nuclear plants are prone to cascading failures when part of a system is damaged. With large-scale PV, even if a section of a solar project is damaged, most of the system is likely to continue working.
And while large-scale solar systems depend on transmission lines that may be affected by extreme weather, the projects themselves are frequently back in service soon after the events.