Every commercial system and installation is different. The size of your commercial system will be determined by roof, canopy, or land space that can be used for panels, your electricity needs, and your financial goals. Because of the variations in designing and installing systems, there will be a number of components potentially used. For example, the equipment used for a pitched roof is different than for a ballasted installation on a flat roof. Carport and ground installations require additional structures and cabling to connect to the meter.
The components required for a commercial solar system include the panels, an inverter power station, individual systems for cable management, mechanical mounting, and energy monitoring. The cost of the system will depend on the selection of the manufacturer, type, and quality of all components. District Energy will keep your goals in mind and consult with you to give you recommendations for the best combinations.
We will help you identify the best location for panels — solar can be installed on your roof, over your parking lots, or on vacant land.