What Your Need to Know About Commercial Solar System

What is Commercial Solar?

Commercial solar, as the name implies, solar for businesses as opposed to residential solar for homes. However, commercial solar encompasses a variety of different types of customers and projects. In addition to businesses of different sizes, from large corporations to local small businesses, “commercial” solar customers can also include governments, schools and universities, and even nonprofits.

Commercial solar project range from kilowatt to megawatts, and can be installed on different types of structures and locations, such as rooftops, ground mounts, etc.

Cost of Commercial Solar

C&I has lagged behind residential solar. As Mark Berger explains in PV Magazine: “The C&I sector has trouble competing against an average 15% or more lower price per kilowatt-hour rate than residential electricity prices, according to the U.S. Energy Information Agency. ”

In 2021 the average cost of electricity for U.S. residential customers was 13.3 cents per kilowatt, while the cost for commercial customers was 11.9 cents per kWh

Why use commercial solar systems?

Commercial solar panels are a great clean, renewable energy source as they produce no carbon emissions and require little maintenance. They have a lifespan of over twenty years. Business corporations can vastly reduce their carbon footprint and electricity costs by using commercial solar panels. Commercial solar systems, or solar arrays, can be installed on the rooftops of residential or commercial establishments and generate enough solar power to cover the structures’ entire energy needs. The electricity generated by a solar array can power internal and external spaces at affordable rates. When switching to commercial solar systems with Constant Energy, our clients have observed savings as high as 25% from their traditional electricity providers from day one. Read on to find out how we achieve this for the benefit of our clients and our planet in our joint fight against Global Warming.

Energy storage container for commercial solar

SVC energy storage container is the core component of peak and frequency regulation of large-scale energy storage power stations. It supports multiple sets of battery input and comprehensively improves battery cycle life.In addition, the system integrates various booster systems, and supports turnkey service.

Energy storage container

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