The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) program will fund up to 50% of the cost of solar and energy efficiency projects. Here’s what Texas small businesses and agricultural producers need to know.
Solar in Commercial facilities is a lot different than Residential solar. If you own or manage large facilities in Texas, this article is for you.
There are two main ways to buy a solar system; direct ownership (cash or financed) or leased (Power Purchase Agreement or equipment lease). Each method has pros and cons, which we’ll discuss in this article.
Done right, Energy Saving Performance Contracts (ESPC) can be a great way to fund infrastructure upgrades. Done wrong, they can cost taxpayers millions.
Texas has a complicated electricity market and very little net-metering. This makes proper design and sizing of commercial solar systems critical to achieving expected savings. If you are considering a solar system on your commercial facility, this article will help you ask the right questions and avoid potentially making a multi-million-dollar error.
This resource article will detail how the IRA will help public and private sector energy users pay for energy & sustainability projects in 2023 and beyond. If you are a business owner, facility manager, school, city, university, or other commercial property owner/manager, this one’s for you.