If you are responsible for the energy expenses of a company in California, then you know that demand (kW) charges can nearly double your energy costs in the summer months. Fortuitously, an exciting Renewables Program with significant options to lower your demand costs is now available.
On August 30th, Florida voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot initiative that will help pave the way for a solar-friendly future in the state. Amendment 4, formally titled the “Florida Property Tax Exemptions for Renewable Energy Equipment Amendment,” is a bipartisan ballot initiative that extends Florida’s renewable energy property tax incentive to commercial and industrial properties.
Solar energy is now mainstream. Adding solar to a company’s energy portfolio makes economic sense because it is lucrative, reliable and, cost-competitive with traditional forms of energy. Federal tax credits, the MACRS bonus depreciation, and various state-level incentives are keeping C-suite executives excited about the financial benefits and long-term returns they can gain by going solar.