Businesses & Organisations
Energy is one of the highest operating costs of businesses. Solar helps organisations to take control of their utility costs, make great savings on their energy bills, and meet their corporate sustainability goals. The key benefit of solar for organisations is the guarantee of business continuity, despite unpredictable and erratic electricity supply.
Schools & Universities
Universities and schools consume large amounts of energy and suffer huge monthly operating energy costs. Solar solutions not only help them to cut back on their energy expenditure, but also enable them to remain fully operational even when there are power cuts. An on-campus solar system can itself serve as an educational tool through which the students can be introduced to the concept of solar energy.
Institutions in the public sector are continually working towards effective deployment of their budgets. Because of the continually rising costs of energy, particularly for medium to large sized institutions, solar is increasingly the most cost-effective energy resource available.
Hospitals & Health Centers
Energy use is one of the highest operating expenses of hospitals and healthcare facilities, and yet consistent electricity supply is critical for the 24/7 operations of these facilities. Solar helps to cut back on energy bills and ensures that the life-saving work is uninterrupted.
Hotels, Lodges & Resorts
Today, guests are increasingly sensitive about the energy footprint of the hospitality facilities that they visit, preferring to stay at facilities that have ‘gone green’ and rely on clean energy.
For the business, a solar system leads to major savings on energy bills, especially considering that these facilities are 24/7 operations.
Sometimes, the installation of a bigger solar power system or several small solar systems needs to be approached and managed as a project.