Commercial Solar and Industrial Solar Power Solutions

For many commercial and industrial uses, electricity is a crucial requirement. Each of these uses requires electric power that is appropriate for the system, is readily available, and is affordable. Using solar energy to build commercial solar power plants is one common method of supplying electricity.

Commercial solar panels system provide clean, renewable energy with minimum maintenance requirements and no carbon emissions, a global concern.

Solar for Business

We are providing rebates to small businesses that will cover up to 50 percent of the cost of a rooftop solar system with small businesses eligible for a maximum rebate of $3,500.

Commercial Solar Analysis

Step : 1

Analyze Energy Consumption

TGR's solar experts will monitor and analyze the power usage of your business and suggest solar system accordingly to get maximum output. This analysis helps us tailoring a solar system that meets your business energy needs.

Step : 2

Solar energy system modelling

Think and Grow Renewable will carry out a comprehensive solar generation model to identify the right solar energy system for your business. Also, consider other unique aspects including your business property size, seasonal solar energy generation capacity and local grid requirements.

Step : 3

Achieve commercial solvency

Studies stated that Commercial solar panels having solar energy system achieve 15-20% returns annually. Our system modelling ensures you the possible shortest payback period from your solar investment and keeps up for the long term.

Why invest in Solar?

High Return for Long Term

Studies stated that commercial projects having solar energy system achieve 15%-20% returns annually. Business can re-invest the returns earned from the solar system.

Positive cash flow in the short term

The development of green loans that provide competitive interest rates means that commercial solar panels systems can be fully funded within 3-5 years, and a positive cash flow can be achieved in the first year.

Guide to Installing Solar PV for Business and Industry

Discover how Investing in Solar can Help Your Business

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    Currently, COMPANY A consumes 200kWh on average each day, with the majority of the energy being used during the day.

    The cost for COMPANY A is $0.30 per kWh or 30c/kWh. As a result, they would receive a $60 invoice ($0.30 x 200kWh) for the energy they consumed on this particular day.

    TGR has installed a 25kWP solar system at COMPANY A’s property which will supply and offset 100kWh of electricity usage per day.

    This 100kWh will be billed to the customer by TGR at a negotiated rate of $0.20 per kWh, and the remaining 100kWh will be supplied as normal by the power company at 30c/kWh.

    The power provider will send COMPANY A a $30 charge for the electricity they utilized from the grid. For a total of $50 in charges, they will also get a $20 invoice from TGR for the solar energy they consumed.

    For this particular day, COMPANY A will save $15 as a result.

    See how it would appear over the course of a month. There are zero initial fees, and COMPANY A is currently earning more than $3,000 annually.

    COMPANY A currently uses an average of 200kWh per day and uses most of its power during daytime.

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    LGC Explain For My Business

    It is wise to be aware of LGS if you intend to migrate to commercial solar incentives >100KW. It is important to understand who qualifies for them and how they might help your company. It will significantly contribute to increasing your return on investment.

    What is LGC - large-scale generation certificate?

    Renewable energy can be purchased and sold using LGCs, or Large-scale Generation Certificates.

    It is a certification program created in accordance with the RET, or renewable energy goal, of the federal government. The LGC sought to promote energy production from renewable resources and stimulate the reduction of carbon emissions in the production of power.

    The trade of solar energy generated by installations larger than 100 kilowatts is governed by LGC. Each megawatt-hour (MWh) of qualifying electricity produced by a specific system or power plant results in the creation of a certificate.

    Every month the electricity amount is calculated using the formula specified by the Australian Government’s Clean Energy Regulator. This number is used to apply for LGC applications, usually monthly, quarterly or yearly. If it is deemed eligible, an LGC will be created and added to the REC (Renewable Energy Certificate) registry. LGCs can be transferred to other parties once it is registered.

    LGCs can be an ongoing revenue generation source for businesses having large-scale solar systems that will speed up the return on solar investment

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