People often ask us:
1. Why is solar energy good? 🤔
2. Why is a good option for my house? 😎
3. Why is a good option for my business? 😄
Let me share some knowledge with you!
The most commonly known fact about solar energy is that it represents a clean, green source of energy. Solar power is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint; we can also think about obvious financial benefits.
According to EnergySage marketplace data, the average home property owner pays $350 -$700 and a business property owner $1950 in monthly electricity bills. If they (Homeowners and business owners) change the traditional energy source for a solar installation, their electricity bill is reduced to approximately 65 – 75% reduction.
Homeowners and also businesses of all sizes are capitalizing on the financial opportunities of installing solar, proving that a solar energy system is a key strategic decision that virtually guarantees a solid financial return.
So what does this mean for you? 🤔
The cost of buying and installing solar panels has dropped considerably in the last five years while electricity prices continue to skyrocket🚀, making the economics of solar even more attractive☀️.
But decreased equipment and installation costs aren’t the only reason for your business to go solar.
So if you need more convincing here are 5 reasons why you should be capitalizing on Solar:
1. As a homeowner, you have access to an unlimited and clean source of energy. ✔️
2. You are taking care of the environment🌎 and saving money💰.
3. As a business owner winning more customers: Many current and potential customers are attracted to businesses with a commitment to sustainability.🙏
4. Improving employee satisfaction: Employees are increasingly looking to work for sustainability-minded companies. 🏆
5. Supporting the local economy: When a business contracts with a solar company, workers in the local market complete the installation. Greater demand for solar projects increases the availability of high quality, good paying jobs. 👷👷♀️
This is a win-win and who doesn’t like that?