Deciding whether solar is right for your business depends on many factors, the suitability of your business, the support of your company’s leadership, and your current energy costs and rate volatility among others. And if saving over 80% on fuel costs is a high priority for your organization or home, solar can be one of the quickest paths to achieving even the most ambitious corporate sustainability goals.
Many brands and homes using solar today started by setting corporate sustainability goals, energy cost savings targets, or both. They wanted to be better stewards of the environment and use energy more wisely and cost effectively. Sound familiar? Then solar is a great first option to consider because it can take an organization a long way toward achieving both goals.
As with any business goal, start by defining your objectives and then clearly delineate what success looks like. Look to others who have solar power systems and emulate their process as it makes sense to do so. Be prepared to innovate to solve problems specific to your home, organization, budget or circumstances.
One of the reasons why your company’s overhead is bigger than profit is because you spend a lot running a generator. For instance, many of America’s biggest and most successful businesses have gone solar. The list includes industry giants like Wal-Mart, Target, Apple, IKEA, Macy’s, FedEx, Verizon, General Motors, L’Oreal and others. And every day, more companies, both large and small, are investing in solar as well. Why? For many, it’s to save money. But solar can also be one of the most effective ways to quickly achieve corporate sustainability goals especially in Nigeria where power is not stable. The amount you spend running a generator for 6hours, that same amount will make you run on solar power for 24hours a day.
If you are willing to save over 80% on fuel costs either for your home or business, AWPS Renewable Energy Ltd, Nigeria’s #1 provider of premium quality solar power will be happy to help.