More and more, commercial real estate properties in Boston and throughout the country are turning to alternative energy options. This trend will continue and grow with the approval of the $700 billion dollar stimulus plan by President Obama. The economic stimulus plan includes a large array of financial incentives and tax credits for installing and implementing new systems including solar and wind.
Alternative energy companies are now specializing in the sales and installation of green energy systems for commercial and large multi-family buildings. Taking the headache out of being green by facilitating and removing the technical, regulatory, and financing barriers to alternative power.
Wind, solar and other alternative developments are becoming a logical and economical choice for the commercial properties as it reduces their operating costs. These new types of energy can significantly reduce increasing electrical and power bills.
These new alternative-energy systems pay for themselves in less than eight years making the cost-savings irresistible to property owners. Solar and wind energy are good for a company's bottom line.
Bud Strang, the president and CEO of 6/10, a commercial building developer out of Florida says "For every dollar you save on net operating costs, the value of your building increases by a factor of ten." So get ready to enjoy great savings while reducing your dependence on conventional utilities and helping the environment.