The federal tax credit for solar takes 30% off of your commercial solar system’s price right out of the gate.
Commercial solar can be fully depreciated in its first year of the system’s operation
Duke Energy’s new rebate is 50 cents per watt of commercial solar installed with a cap of $50,000
When you stack all of these incentives available for commercial solar in North Carolina together, you can see the net cost of your solar system drop to less than 30% of its turnkey price.
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Solar panels convert photons of sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity
An inverter converts DC energy from the panels into alternating current (AC) electricity for your business
The AC electricity is sent from the inverter to the main electrical panel to power the building with solar energy
A smart meter measures both your solar production and energy use. When you produce more solar energy than you need, the meter spins backward and you receive a credit from your utility
When you are not producing solar energy, the utility supplies your electricity. Your utility bill is offset by the solar energy you produce everyday
Southern Energy Management has been North Carolina’s trusted commercial solar installer for more than 15 years. In that time, our team has installed more than 1,500 solar power systems across the state. Based on our years of experience, we’re confident we can find the right solar energy solution for your business!
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