Moving toward energy independence with solar power is now easier than ever! With the explosive growth of solar photovoltaics (PV) over the last decade, the cost to install solar energy systems has dropped by more than 73% and ROI payback periods are averaging just three to five years.
Today’s smart businesses are including solar PV technology as part of their comprehensive energy management strategy to reduce monthly utility expenses for twenty years or more.
Velo Solar has formed a joint venture with Indigo Energy to offer Velo’s solar power expertise to Indigo’s established distribution system for a range of energy products. Velo offers solar installation, engineering and other energy management tools that commercial operations can use to reduce their electricity costs. Velo President Mark Bell said partnering with Indigo for marketing these services is a natural fit.
Immediately reduce your energy costs. Capture a return on investment in 3-5 years. Increase your commercial property value.
Fulfill your corporate sustainability goals. Earn LEED and other energy points credits. Reduce your carbon footprint.
Invest in an unlimited, non-polluting form of energy. Demonstrate a commitment to energy innovation. Benefit from reliable performance for 20+ years.
Business owners are choosing to invest in solar energy for a variety of reasons, which includes reducing operating costs. Solar installations are at an all-time high, while solar technology has proven to be extremely reliable and affordable.
When solar panels are installed at your facility or building, the photovoltaic cells (PV) that make up the panels convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity throughout the day. From there, an inverter converts the DC electricity generated by the solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is what your business utilizes. The AC electricity is then sent from the inverter to your electrical panel, the “breaker box,” to power your lights and appliances with solar energy.
Solar panels capture and convert the sun’s energy into direct current (DC) electrical energy.
An inverter changes the DC electrical energy into alternating current (AC) electrical energy.
The AC power travels from the inverter to the panel board for use in your facility.
The electricity meter records the surplus energy as well as the additional energy required to power your facility.
Any surplus solar electricity you generate is sold back to your utility provider.
With our in-house team of experts, Indigo is able to design the system to your needs and engineer the optimal solution for your building or property.
Indigo runs a financial analysis by using the information from your monthly utility bill and are able to show your overall cost, production, and Return on Investment. We offer guidance on all available incentives and financing options to give you the best possible return on your investment.
We work with only the highest rated equipment manufacturers with the most favorable warranties, resulting in a reliable solar system with superior ongoing performance.
Our proprietary PowerEnfo energy monitoring software tracks your renewable energy production and energy load usage to make sure you’re getting the most from your system performance and to help you manage your energy spend throughout your facility.
There is no handover to another company with Indigo. If you choose to work with us, we are a one stop shop in developing the project. Your sales rep and project manager will be there the whole way through the process.
Once the system is up and running, our team is here to make sure it’s producing the energy it was designed to create via our property monitoring software and on-site inspections. We offer a free first year O&M with an option to add additional years to keep your solar energy system performing at its best for the lifespan of your array.
Mingledorff’s, a premier distributor of HVAC and Plumbing equipment throughout the Southeast, wanted to demonstrate their sustainability commitment while also reducing energy expenses. Indigo Solar provided full design, engineering, procurement and construction of a 100 kW DC rooftop system. Mingledorff’s is also equipped with our smart grid software to measure energy use in real-time, aggregate energy data to identify trends, and to avert unseen performance problems.
System Size: 100 kW DC
Wilheit Packaging, a local company with large distribution and warehousing channels that specializes in corrugated packaging, was seeking to offset operational costs for their warehouse while also making an impact on the environment. Our team of specialists worked closely with the Wilheit team on a 70 kW DC that will reduce their carbon footprint while also lowering the company’s ongoing energy expense for the 25 year life span of the system.
System Size: 70 kW DC
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