Properties office goes solar
An opportunity for savings
For a properties office in Charlotte, monthly operating costs from electric bills were already high and news of looming rate increases were even more troubling. This led the business owner to consider producing its own power more seriously. Renu’s experienced staff offered options to go solar.
The business owner learned that with a modest 3.22 kiloWatt solar system, their pesky utility bills could be offset, allowing the management to redistribute the savings into the business.
A 30% federal tax credit made the picture look even better. So Take Flight Properties committed to go solar.
Take Flight Properties has enhanced its financial stability for the long-term by going solar and now is much less worried about rising utility rates. Even for a business with only average energy use, solar can be a wise investment.
Clients view solar as a feature of a forward-thinking company ready to put a proven technology to work, and this is a frame that translates into all of Take Flight’s business plan.