Why Go Solar?
Save the Planet.
No set up or equipment costs, ever
The customer signs a solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) at a fixed rate and only pays for energy used.
10% in the first year. With a fixed rate, by year 3, average savings is usually another 10%, and by year 10, savings can be up to 50% below non-solar neighbors.
Fixed price for decades.
If batteries are installed, the facility operates even during a storm or other grid outage events. And, still connected to the grid to provide power during cloudy days & nighttime.
Lowers the carbon footprint dramatically
Clean, renewable energy.
Make employees & investors feel better about the company & property.
Increased property resale value
Solar power adds value to your property in the long term.
Lowers air conditioning costs
Solar panels take most of the heat in the summer months, keeping the roof & building cooler.
It's not a lease
The customer signs a PPA to buy power at a fixed price for 20 years. Pristine Sun uses that long-term contract to cover the large Capex of designing, permitting, procuring & installing the system.
We installed an array of 800 solar panels on a gym/athletic shooting studio in northern California.
The studio was 116,792 square feet. The chosen array was designed to handle 84.47% of their power needs.
We installed battery packs and local Utility backup so the studio will never be without power, and can handle the extreme energy spikes typical of studios.
The largely non-invasive installation process took 15 hours – performed during off-hours so as not to disrupt studio noise-sensitive operations.
We also advised the owners on how to take advantage of local, state, and federal green energy tax breaks.
The original investment is estimated to fully amortize within 4.9 years.
Want to Learn More?
Solar might be an amazing savings opportunity for your organization. If you want to learn more and see if your facility is a good candidate, please contact us using this form.
We’ll get back to you within 24 hours. Know that part of the process of justifying solar expense is evaluating how much you are currently spending on electricity.