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Plymouth Solar Energy Expands Commercial Division and Offers Solar Feasibility Study
By: PR Works
"Renewable energy systems on commercial buildings require a full spectrum of resources," Paris said. "The commercial team's strengths now include electrical, solar, and construction expertise working together to design and install commercial solar."
"We are entering a period where the rising cost of energy and declining cost of solar have shortened the payback period significantly,"
High-performance solar is more than a marketing term, asserts Paris. He expanded, "Commercial buildings may have flat, pitched, metal or rubber roofing in various states of repair. In the past we would advise an owner to fix the roof, and we would return at a later date. This added months of setback and loss of project control. If the building is more than ten years old, the roof typically needs some work. Having these skills in-house is advantageous in both time and the quality of construction."
Paris continued, "Having people that focus on commercial solar allows us to a complete turnkey package. For example, we might seal a metal roof project with a reflective silicone membrane - not just sealing the roof but offering both thermal and reflective attributes - increasing albedo (reflection)
As electrical rates continue to climb, the payback period for commercial solar investment is getting shorter. With Federal solar tax credits up to 30% and, with 80% bonus depreciation in 2023, things are looking good for commercial solar.
As Owner of Plymouth Solar Energy and an educator/trainer, Paris founded the Wind Sun Institute to deliver certification training to solar energy installers. Paris taught solar energy in the US and Canada, and subsequently wrote solar courses for Massasoit Community College. While teaching Strategic Planning at Northeastern, Paris formed Plymouth Solar Energy, hiring and staffing the company with students from his solar energy courses.
Plymouth Solar Energy is located at 18 Main Street Extension, Plymouth, MA 02360. For more info, visit www.PlymouthSolarEnergy.com . For a complimentary Solar Feasibility Study or questions, call (508) 746-5430 or email email@example.com