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The REAP Grant: Empowering Farmers & Agriculture Growers to Go Solar

As the demand for sustainable energy grows, farmers and agriculture growers across the country turn to commercial solar power to boost their bottom line and reduce their environmental footprint. A key factor of this transition is the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) grant, a federal initiative designed to provide financial assistance to agricultural [...]

Harvesting Incentives with Commercial Solar Energy for Farms & Agriculture

Climate change's impact is more pronounced than ever, but since the passing Inflation Reduction Act, new financial incentives have make commercial solar energy more financially accessible to farmers and property owners in less populated areas.  This historic bill provided for increased and expanded incentives for businesses located in rural parts of the country as [...]

Growing Profits with Solar for Farm and Agriculture

Farmers and Agriculture Growers Increase Profits with Commercial Solar The advantages of commercial solar installations in creating sustainability and profitability across various industries has been well established. However, its impact is particularly pronounced in agriculture, where vast fields and open land create a unique opportunity for positive change. Across the nation, commercial solar acts [...]

Road to Financial Success: Commercial Solar Energy for Auto Dealerships

Solar energy is an ideal solution that can benefit auto dealerships  both economically and environmentally.  As concerns about energy inflation and dwindling natural resources become increasingly widespread, many businesses are looking towards alternative solutions to save on electric costs and reduce their carbon footprint.  Auto dealerships, in particular, can benefit from investing in solar [...]

4 Key Roadblocks to Auto Dealership Profitability Solved with Commercial Solar Energy

Inflation is a challenge for the bulk of business sectors, but auto dealerships get hit harder than most. Auto supply has slowed, high interest rates make cars less affordable, and the cost of electricity keeps rising with no end in sight. Added to the mix is the increased production of EVs (electric vehicles) which [...]

2024 Non-Profit Solar Energy Incentives Allow Organizations to Receive 30% Direct Payback

Tax policies, specifically the 30% Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), have long existed as a key financial driver of the solar industry. The Solar ITC is a one-time dollar for dollar tax credit that is 30% the cost of installing a solar energy system. However, the non-profit sector of the economy was left out [...]

DRIVING PROFITS: NJ Auto Dealerships Use Commercial Solar Incentives to Increase Their Bottom Line

As the world continues to shift towards a more sustainable future, auto dealerships are stocking more electric vehicles (EVs).  However, as more EVs roll onto showroom floors, most dealerships face the challenge of escalating operating expenses for a business that already consumes more energy than most. Many New Jersey auto dealerships have successfully turned [...]

NJ Auto Dealerships are Revving Up Revenue with Solar Energy

Auto Dealerships are taking advantage of the economic and environmental benefits of installing solar energy in a time when energy inflation is out of control. As more electric vehicles (EVs) are featured in auto dealership showrooms, the demand for electricity has grown. This is on top of the fact that most Auto Dealerships consume [...]

Geoscape Solar Named Best of Biz for NJ Green Energy Consultants

Every year, SJBIZ selects the best and brightest companies in New Jersey that are a credit to their industries. This year, Geoscape Solar is proud to have been selected as The Best of Biz for Green Energy Consultants. This comes on the heels of being named the #2 Solar Installer in New Jersey by [...]

MOREY’S PIERS SOLAR ENERGY FOOTPRINT CONTINUES TO EXPAND

Morey's Piers has been investing in commercial solar power since 2018, when the company made a big decision to harness the power of the sun and offset their energy consumption, installing 901 P17 345-watt solar panels on the roof of several maintenance buildings (located at 2710 Boardwalk). Next, Morey's installed solar panel systems on [...]

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