Commercial Solar Panel Installations

Description

Commercial Solar Electric Systems

Location

Servicing the Capital Region, New York State

Size

10 kw to 2 MW Solar Electric Systems

Role

NYSERDA Eligible Solar Installer, NABCEP Certified

Summary

Solar Power for Business

For decades, Kasselman Electric has evaluated the feasibility and viability of solar panels as an investment for businesses. In 2013, Kasselman Electric made the decision to enter the solar industry after being a certified subcontractor for some of the largest solar companies in the US. Kasselman Electric has both the industry leading electrical expertise and the accountability that businesses trust.

 

Reduce Operating Costs

Solar power reduces overhead by allowing companies to create renewable energy on-site. Solar power systems also allow businesses to hedge against unexpected utility rate fluctuations, cut their peak demand, and fix their energy costs for years to come.

 

Solar Rebates and Incentives

Government incentives cover up to 70% of the cost of a commercial solar system. We are eligible to receive all government incentives and we handle all of the documentation for our clients. We even take care of the utility paperwork to ensure a smooth and simple transition to solar energy.

 

Proven

Since 1948, Kasselman Electric has engineered and constructed some of the most cutting edge technology seen in commercial and industrial applications. Rest assured that our industry leading expertise, 66 year track record, and vast distribution network allow us to provide you the most cost effective solar solution with the most advanced technology available.

 

Solar is Good for Business

Solar doesn’t only make for a good investment on paper, it creates a strong statement to employees and customers that your company is focused on the future. It promotes a culture that can influence purchasing decisions and build new brand loyalty. This positive effect can lead to increased sales and more loyal customers.

Contact us for a free consultation, site evaluation, and proposal.

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