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Why Solar is Good for Business

In a previous issue, we wrote about the huge news of California being the nation’s first state with a solar mandate. The mandate states that to be in Title 24compliance, virtually all new homes in California will need to integrate solar photovoltaic systems by 2020.

The benefits to homeowners embracing solar are numerous – especially in terms of energy costs savings, which are estimated to be about $80 monthly.

But solar panels also make sense for businesses.

In this issue, the Title 24 compliance experts at K2D Consulting Engineers – reputable mechanical engineers in Los Angeles – will discuss some of the benefits for businesses that embrace solar panels.

Why Solar Makes Good Business Sense

Time is of the essence as federal tax credits for going solar are set to decrease at the end of this year, and eventually drop to 10 percent in 2022.

Right now, there are more than two million solar installations throughout the county, and the number is expected to keep growing. While a host of small-to-medium-sized companies are still trying to process the benefits of solar, over 100 of the Fortune 500 companies (including Walmart, Apple, IKEA, and Intel) have already experienced the significant benefits of solar.

Some business experts believe that the average U.S. commercial property owner can save 75 percent of their overall energy costs by embracing solar.

To Learn More About the Power of Solar Design for Your Business, Contact K2D Today

Here at K2D, we’ve been at the forefront of the ever-changing and progressive solar industry. Our teams of licensed solar engineers have collaborated with clients on solar solutions for decades.
Serving California, Nevada, Colorado, Washington, Arizona and Canada, the MEP engineering professionals at K2D are solar and engineering professionals who offer support utilities, wind energy, solar thermal, solar electric and solar thermal systems.

For further information or questions about how we can help you save money, contact K2D Consulting Engineers via phone:310-935-3773, email: or visit to learn more.

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