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Commercial solar power is more affordable and attractive than ever. Solar is a proven way to reduce your business’s electricity costs without affecting your day-to-day business operations. Most organisations are eligible for a Government Rebate of up to 50% on commercial solar installations. Solar for your organisation is a hassle free, low risk and high yield investment, with a potential ROI of up to 40%. Solar panels provide a guaranteed year-on-year output for up to 25 years.
We offer a range of solar financing options from capex, solar lease options and power purchase agreements. Some of our solutions can provide a discounted electricity tariff from Day 1 that requires no capital expenditure. Our consultants will work with you to help determine the right finance solution for your organisation.
A cash purchase allows your organisation to achieve the highest returns from installing a commercial solar power system; however it requires an initial upfront investment in the system. A cash purchase generates the cheapest LCOE (Levelised Cost of Electricity) over the life of the system. Find out more about a Solar Purchase >>
A solar lease allows you to install a commercial solar system on your premises with a payment plan to eliminate the upfront capital investment required. By spreading the cost of the installation out over an agreed payment term, your business can have the advantages of solar power from day one without the drain on cash flow. Todae Solar will work with your organisation and find the right finance partner to enable you to install solar power. Find out more about a Solar Lease >>
Power Purchase Agreement:
Secure your company’s energy costs with long term hedging against future energy price volatility with a Todae Solar PPA. A Solar PPA allows you to install solar power without any upfront capital investment – with no significant effect on cash flow. A Solar PPA means you are buying the solar electricity produced by the system, rather than buying the system itself. This means that you only pay for what the system produces, and you usually pay less than what it would cost to buy the same electricity from the grid. Find out more about a Solar PPA >>