provides carport and rooftop solar,
with Electric Vehicle Chargers (EVCs) for hotels, shopping centers, apartments, and offices.
Instead of paying to install EVCs you:
|1 for every 15 rooms||
|# Daily Visits|
|1 for every 100 visitors||
|1 for every 10 employees||
|1 for every 15 bedrooms||
|You need a total of 0 EVCs.|
|Utility||Inverter||Inverters||Battery||Generator||EVC L2||EVC L3|
|SolarPorts||Roof||L2 EVCs||L3 EVCs||10 kW batt||10 kW gen||panels||Base|
|kW system||kWh Prod/year||kWh Prod/mo||Base kWh/mo||EVC kWh/mo||kWh Use/mo||SP panels||Prod/Usage|
|Net system cost||System cost||Financed cost||SP cost||EVC cost||$0 down pmt||wo SP||W/pnl|
|L2 h/day||L2 $/kWh||L2 kW/h||L2 cost||L2 Incentive||Avg rate||Irradiance||panel|
|L3 h/day||L3 $/kWh||L3 kW/h||L3 cost||L3 Incentive||Fund date||Accrual end||Roof $/kW|
|Rate||Points||Fees||Battery cost||Generator cost||ITC||SP $/kW||Prep|
|Address||Name||Phone||Rebate Rate||Federal Tax||State Tax||Min Clear (ft)|
of the cost for your SolarPorts,
plus your EVC Chargers,
plus all the electricity for your EVCs,
plus all your business electricity for
Isn't it nice to have someone else pay to improve your business?
PG&E plans to raise small commercial rates by 18%.
By generating your own clean energy, you avoid paying PG&E.
Starting with a low SolarPorts cost and avoiding PG&E rate increases, means you'll save