BUSINESS ADVANTAGES TO USING SOLAR ENERGY

ANDREW CONTRINO | March 27, 2018

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Using solar energy can lead to reduced costs. No matter if you're a big or small businesses, the savings can have a significant impact. In addition to the power savings that lower operating costs, Return on Investment can be met in Under 5 years with the additional incentives offered at the state and federal level. The Federal Government still offers a 30% tax credit of the system cost, and additionally you can take advantage of MACRS Depreciation on the system which can result in another huge tax relief over 5 years. At the state level, the New Jersey SREC is a way to create a source of income for your system on top of energy savings and tax incentives.

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