Life Solar can install solar panels for your home use. You can cut your bills and get a locked in price for your electricity for years to come. It’s a great way to improve the value of your home, and much of it is paid by rebates. Think of the rebates as “free” home equity. Some calculations show that for every $1,000.00 saved per year, $20,000.00 of value is added. Think of solar as peace of mind for you and your family. Plus you will be generating clean energy for you and the next generation. We can install panels on ground arrays, roof arrays, or carport arrays.
Small businesses can take advantage of additional rebates from the FDA. Your physical location will become more valuable. And it is something that you can market as a benefit that your business is bringing to the area.
Larger businesses can own their own panels and take advantage of great rebates from the FDA and others as well. In addition to saving you money, it is also a great PR opportunity for your customers. Additionally, large businesses can get involved in a PPA program which lowers risk, and liabilities.
Governments can own their own panels and take advantage of great rebates from the FDA and others as well. In addition to saving you money, it is also a great PR opportunity for the public you serve. Additionally, governments can get involved in a PPA program which lowers risk, and liabilities.
We welcome inquiries from investors who are interested in investing in a PPA program. We are constantly working on new PPA opportunities. PPA investments can see up to 25% realization of investments due to generous rebates and tax incentives.
What is a Solar Power Purchase Agreements.
A solar power purchase agreement (PPA) is a financial agreement where a developer arranges for the design, permitting, financing and installation of a solar energy system on a customer’s property at little to no cost. The developer sells the power generated to the host customer at a fixed rate that is typically lower than the local utility’s retail rate.
This lower electricity price serves to offset the customer’s purchase of electricity from the grid while the developer receives the income from these sales of electricity as well as any tax credits and other incentives generated from the system.