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Solar PV panel systems for commercial and industrial applications

Solar Power for Manufacturing, Distribution & Storage

Manufacturing, distribution, and storage facilities are ideal candidates for adopting solar-powered systems. These large and spacious businesses consume significant amounts of energy, and adopting solar solutions will go a long way toward reducing operational costs. Fortunately, due to size and layout, it is easy to install solar panels on these facilities out of sight, out of mind, and most importantly, out of the way!

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Solar Power for Manufacturing Facilities

Factories consume copious amounts of electricity. From lighting and climate control to equipment operation, electricity is often among the most significant expenses in the budget. Installing solar panels on the roof or within unused areas of the property can reign in these expenses.

Solar panels create energy independence, shield operators against future utility increases, and provide substantial revenue by selling unused power back to the grid. When coupled with battery systems, manufacturers can use these systems day or night and customize their utility usage to reduce reliance on the grid during peak times of the day.

Solar Power for Distribution Facilities

Distribution centers are often vast warehouses flooded with light and filled with equipment for moving goods from the loading dock to the shelf and back again. These efforts require considerable electricity. Whether it’s keeping the lights on, keeping the conveyors rolling, or charging the electric forklifts, there is never a shortage of power required to keep things moving forward.

Solar panel systems are ideal for warehouses and can easily be installed on most roofing structures with minimal retrofitting. Our installation specialists can help you determine the best solution for your needs. Our custom installation process ensures that you will have the power you need without negatively affecting your services or the products your clients depend on.

Solar Power for Storage Facilities

While storage facilities have less intensive power demands than manufacturing or distribution facilities, that doesn’t mean they are insignificant. Indeed, the cost of operating 24/hour lighting, security, and climate control systems adds up quickly. Fortunately, as with warehouses and manufacturing centers, the installation of solar panels on storage facilities is a straightforward matter.

Our installation teams work closely with storage facility operators to determine the ideal size and placement of the solar system. Our goal is to help you optimize performance to maximize energy production and your system’s profitability.

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The sun has bathed the earth with free energy for billions of years. Modern technology helps us harness that energy to increase the profitability of your business. At Solera Energy, our solar experts work hard to build customized systems that protect your business against costly power outages and rate increases while helping you generate additional revenue by selling back the excess power your systems generate.

As always, it is our pleasure to help our clients navigate current incentive programs that will go a long way toward financing the cost of solar installation and operation. Our goal isn’t just to help you “green up” Missouri and Arkansas; we work hard to help you add green to your bottom line to use your hard-earned revenue to grow your business instead of just running your business.

Contact Solera Energy at (855) 650-7404 to learn more about the solar solutions we offer for manufacturing, distribution, and storage facilities in Arkansas and Missouri. It’s our pleasure to answer your questions and help you discover which options and features are best for your needs.

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