Own, Lease or Power Purchase Agreement: Which is the Right Way for You to Go Solar?

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. 

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Understanding Capacity Charges and the Cost of Energy Procurement

If your business is located in a capacity energy market, then capacity charges may constitute a significant portion of your electricity expenses. Capacity charges typically make up about 25% of your total expenses, but they can vary depending on region, facility load profile and energy year.

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