Every smart business leader knows that, in order to compete at the top of their market, he or she needs to recruit and retain exceptional candidates. Traditionally, implementing a variety of human resource practices — such as creating programs for recent graduates, ensuring streamlined onboarding processes, implementing flexible employee policies and offering professional opportunities — helps attract and retain top talent. While these conventional HR methods are important ways to build the best teams possible, another perhaps surprising way to set your company apart from other competitors in your market is to install a solar system.
Businesses have a wide range of options when it comes to solar energy procurement. Some companies may benefit from owning the system directly, while others may prefer a third-party owned system, such as a solar operating lease or a “Power Purchase Agreement.” Finding the right solution to match a business’s requirements can be complex. The first step is understanding what options are available.
An easy way to explain the different solar structure procurement options is with a car analogy.