Whether you're a national retailer, a local farmer, or a world-renowned hotel, your business has the power to harness the sun's energy. Find out how a solar energy system could help your bottom line and our planet.
Hampton Inn and Turtle Bay Resort are just a few of the hospitality businesses providing guests with clean, renewable energy, while saving on energy bills.
Solar power is helping office complexes gain control over rising energy rates. A solar system could improve your bottom line and the environment.
- David Wesley, Director of Projects
Unlike solar firms that present only one financing solution, REC Solar will provide multiple options and compare the different cash flows and returns. Our consultants will work with you to determine the right financing strategy for your company.
Tailored leasing solutions help your company achieve energy savings with limited upfront cash outlay.
A cash purchase or loan is appropriate for customers who want to own their solar system.
AUGUST 18, 2015 | SANTA MARIA, CA
REC Solar, a national provider of commercial solar and energy solutions, today announced the interconnection of a 1 MW solar energy system for Windset Farms®. The Santa Barbara County farm is the largest in Santa Maria and grows non-GMO produce year-round in its state-of-the-art greenhouse facility.
JULY 13, 2015 | HONOLULU, HI
REC Solar, a U.S. commercial solar provider, has been ranked by PBN Research as the leading solar company in Hawaii by 2014 revenue. The company completed 14 commercial solar projects in Hawaii last year, accounting for nearly $55 million in revenue.
JUNE 17, 2015 | SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA
REC Solar today announced it has acquired Stellar Energy, a leading solar provider in the western U.S., through an asset purchase agreement. REC Solar will provide customers with integrated, turnkey solar solutions ranging from financing and design to operations and maintenance.
One of the biggest challenges facing supermarket proprietors is managing and controlling operational costs. Increasingly, supermarkets and other large, energy-intensive retailers are turning to solar to cut their electricity costs as well as reduce their carbon footprint and strengthen their sustainability programs.
Windset Farms recently commissioned REC Solar to install a 1 MW flat-rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) array built on its shipping and packing building. Completed and interconnected to the grid in August 2015, the solar system now generates an estimated 1,662,100 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy annually, saving the company more than $245,000 per year in electricity costs.
Ballester Hermanos was used to Puerto Rico’s high cost of energy, but it wanted to find ways to increase its profitability by reducing operating expenses. Since power was a significant cost, Ballester Hermanos researched installing solar and realized that it was not only affordable, but would reduce their annual electric bill by a projected savings of over $100k in 2015 and up to $200k per year by 2040.