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150 engineers, technicians, electricians, heating specialists, roofers, and administrative staff installed 30/+ MWp of photovoltaic installations throughout Belgium and overseas, particularly in various towns in African countries.


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Cleaner energy

While solar is a common sight on the roofs of residential properties, businesses are increasingly transitioning away from traditional energy use to power their warehouses, offices, and other properties.


It's ultimately up to you to decide whether or not going solar makes sense for your company. Power usage, monthly electricity expenses, the quality of your current roof, and solar exposure are all things to consider. If you think solar is a good idea, you can start thinking about how you might put the money back into your company.
The good news is that you won't be doing this alone. A reputable solar installation will assess your current structure and provide recommendations tailored to your needs, as well as inform you about government incentives.

Roofing & Sun Exposure

The state of your roof is an important consideration when putting solar panels on any commercial building. Traditional asphalt shingles have a 30-year lifespan, but more durable rubber or metal roofs can last considerably longer. If your roof hasn't been replaced in several decades, you should think about doing so before installing panels. The good news is that converting to solar could save enough money to cover those costs. If your roof is relatively new, you'll have one less item to worry about. You should also consider the pitch, or angle, of the object. A roof with a noticeable tilt may not create as much energy as anticipated. However, before committing to a roof replacement or scaling your building's highest peak to measure angles, speak with a solar professional who can advise you on the best course of action.Because you're aiming to create energy from the sun, you'll need plenty of sunlight. While there are apps that predict solar exposure depending on your address or zip code, if you've lived somewhere long enough, you're usually well aware of how much sunlight your building receives. Solar panels can now convert both direct and indirect sunlight into electricity, thanks to advancements in solar technology. Contact an expert installer for a more exact answer on whether or not your business is solar-ready.

Improve Sustainability With Solar

Traditional roofs absorb the sun's energy when it shines, and the temperature inside rises as a result. During the summer, this means you're probably running the air conditioning to keep your employees and clients cool. Solar energy has been found in studies to assist reduce a building's total temperature, resulting in increased energy efficiency and reduced wear and tear on your roof, potentially extending its lifespan.

Does Solar Make Business Sense?

At the end of the day, business owners are always concerned about making a profit. You want to rest easy knowing that your electricity savings are real and can be put to good use in other areas of your business. The crucial thing to remember is that solar installation costs have decreased in recent years, and federal, state, and local subsidies have made switching more appealing. Modern panels can endure more than 30 years, ensuring that you will save money on energy for decades to come.


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Mal Electronics is Belgium ’s leading solar expert, saving our customers millions of dollars to date through the use of solar electric systems throughout The First State.

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