Commercial Solar Power Australia
Australian Businesses’ strategic advantage
The threat of continued electricity price rises poses significant challenges for Australian Businesses. Installing a Commercial Solar Power system represents a solution which can reduce electricity costs immediately and significantly cut business risk going forward. Solar energy is a significant aspect of any business sustainability program.
- High Investment Returns
- Immediate Cost Reduction
- Reduce Business Risk
- Reduce Carbon Emissions & make a Visual Statement
- Shading of your roof and associated cooling effects
- Nil capital outlay / Cash flow positive options available
The Infinite Energy Advantage
Infinite Energy, based in Perth and with offices in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast is one of Australia’s leading Commercial Solar Power providers.
We emphasise the commercial benefits when providing you with the information you need to make an investment decision. We’ll provide a fully customised proposal that considers your electricity consumption profile, your current and future electricity tariffs plus a full assessment of your facilities suitability for commercial solar power. The final report will include:
- System Yield
- Investment Return
- Payback Periods
- Net Present Value (NPV) analysis
We can also provide all of the raw data so that you can crunch the numbers yourself.
Our team has installed solar systems across government, large business and SME sites in Perth the broader Western Australia and Queensland. See our case studies here.
If you would like to find out more about our commercial solar offering, we invite you please contact us to arrange a free no obligation consultation or feel free to visit us at our Perth office: 49 Labouchere Road, South Perth, WA, 6151 or in Brisbane at 747 Lytton Road, Murarrie, QLD, 4172.
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