Why solar, why now
Energy prices are volatile. Greenhouse gas regulation is on the rise. On the other hand, the average price of a completed commercial photovoltaic project has dropped by more than 45 percent since 2012. Federal and state tax credits can cover a significant part of the cost of a total solar energy system—often up to two-thirds. Reduced electricity costs and revenue from selling excess energy can offset costs and provide a quick ROI. But federal incentives shrink at the end of 2016 and many state programs expire this year. It’s never been a better time to consider solar as a solid business investment.
Why Inman Solar
Inman Solar is an experienced turnkey provider, handling everything from project management to engineering and financial analysis. We have built more than 100 commercial solar photovoltaic systems throughout the US, specializing in the Southeast. Our customers are business owners and investors, and we focus on helping them capture incentives that make solar a smart business investment. We don’t just design, build, and engineer systems – we own and operate several solar assets ourselves. And we’re certified by the National American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners, who sets the standard for solar installations.