Commercial Solar Adelaide
South Australia is leading the charge for solar power
When it comes to solar, price isn’t everything. But at the same time, price isn’t nothing either!
Commercial solar installation in Adelaide is more than just a purchase; it’s an investment, and yes, it will save your business money.
Pacific Solar guarantees businesses like yours:
- Flexible financing options from reputable third parties
- Positive ROI from day one
- Lower power bills and higher energy independence
Find out why more and more Adelaide businesses are making the switch.
Why commercial solar installation in Adelaide makes sense
Australia’s states and territories are the driving force behind Australia’s march towards renewables such as solar.
And among them, South Australia is the undisputed head of the pack.
South Australia is one of the most renewable-friendly states in the country. In addition to saving money on your power bill, Adelaide businesses install commercial solar panels also stand to benefit from:
- Lower power bills
- Immediate savings
- Low-maintenance, independent source energy
These are just some of the reasons to make the leap to solar. However, the initial conversation can be a real hurdle for businesses to jump.
Adelaide businesses looking to invest in solar can also save by claiming solar rebates from the City of Adelaide in addition to Federal government rebates. Thanks to solar-friendly policies like this, ongoing, permanent savings are in reach of more Adelaide businesses than ever.
You get paid for using solar
Going solar helps Adelaide businesses like yours save money, simple as that.
Solar offers immediate savings on your power bill. But that’s not the only way solar guarantees you a positive ROI – thanks to South Australia’s feed-in tariffs, Adelaide businesses that go solar will be paid for any excess power their solar panels generate.
Excess power is sent back into the electricity grid. Businesses that generate excess can sell their energy back to the electrical grid depending on:
- The size of your system
- Your energy provider
- The amount of excess power generated
This provides businesses like yours an additional source of revenue that’ll last well beyond the 2-3 years it generally takes for your panels to pay for themselves.