Clean Energy Funding Solutions’ latest report – ‘How To Cut Building Operating Expenses With Carbon-Free Renewable Energy Buildings At No Upfront Costs’ – explores four main reasons why homeowners and businesses should reduce their reliance on the national grid through the implementation of clean energy technology.
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The guide details how property owners, CEOs, stakeholders, landlords, and facility managers can mitigate the risks of power outages, increase resilience, lower electricity costs, and also generate additional revenue from the surplus energy they create.
According to the California Globe, PG&E customers saw a 9% rate hike on their electricity supply in early March of this year. To compound this already sizable increase, a further price rise of 22% has been proposed and is being considered by the Public Utilities Commission. The US Securities Exchange Commission is inviting opinions from state residents on the matter but with soaring gas and oil prices, Californians look set to pay a heavy price for over-reliance on fossil fuels. This makes the switch to solar energy or other renewable sources a timely and cost-effective investment.
The report highlights California’s Zero Net Energy (ZNE) building upgrade mandates that are already being imposed on new construction projects with further regulations for existing commercial and residential buildings coming into force by 2030. Clean Energy Funding Solutions brings specialism in helping clients upgrade their buildings without any upfront costs.
The guide sets out an actionable holistic plan to achieve zero-net-energy standards and improve efficiency alongside on-site solar storage facilities for a sustainable future. Readers also learn about various funding opportunities that are available such as CPACE, operating leases, and power purchase agreements. Tax incentives are also making the transition to solar energy more affordable than ever but will end soon.
The article also shares tips on planning for solar technology installation including making an accurate estimate of one’s energy requirements, the physical space needed for equipment, and the need for a third-party energy audit and evaluation.
A Clean Energy Funding Solutions spokesperson says, “I hope this free report can help provide valuable information and guidance for building owners, companies, and organizations around this country to make the transition more accessible and affordable to a Zero Net Energy economy and sustainable environment.”
Clean Energy Funding Solutions’ guide affirms its position at the forefront of the clean energy revolution in California.
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