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In today’s challenging business environment, many organizations are looking for ways to become more financially competitive.

Volatile, rising energy costs, decreased building efficiency over time, and increased pressures to be environmentally conscious are driving organizations to look for innovative solutions to reduce their owning and operating costs and become more sustainable.

Since 2012, the average price of a solar installation has fallen 45%

In 2014, a new solar project was installed in the U.S. every 2.5 minutes

Over the last 2 years, the top 25 U.S. businesses have increased their solar use by 103%

Solar isn’t just for larger businesses;
smaller businesses are also taking advantage of the benefits of solar installations on their commercial rooftops or open land to potentially:

Reduce energy spend, stabilize electricity costs, and generate revenue

Improve the bottom line and gain a competitive financial advantage

Increase occupancy and tenant/staff satisfaction

Increase environmental responsibility

Cornell University

As part of their award-winning Climate Action Plan, Cornell engaged with ABM to implement their first large-scale solar installation. Not only did they dramatically reduce their energy and carbon footprint, but created a cutting-edge research and education opportunity for their students and staff.

Presbyterian Senior Living

This national senior living facility needed innovative measures to cut costs in the face of a $3 million drop in revenue. See how ABM implemented solar at their facility to dramatically reduce their energy costs and improve tenant satisfaction while increasing their sustainability.

While many organizations want to reap the benefits of adopting a solar program, sometimes the challenges associated with financing solar projects prevent them from doing so.

ABM enables facilities to receive the financial and environmental benefits of adopting a solar power solution, without having to assume the risks associated with the design, installation, financing and management of these systems.

So how do businesses like yours unlock the financial potential of solar programs at their facilities to generate revenue and stabilize electricity costs? Is solar a good fit for your facility, and if so, what options are out there?

Get the answers to these questions and more:

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What does it take to save over 2.2 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of energy and reduce carbon pollution by more than 600 tons per year?

Watch this time-lapse video of the construction of the Cornell University solar array to find out how they did it:

Getting started is easy; a preliminary solar assessment can be completed without ABM even visiting your facility or open land. By providing us with basic facility data, we can deliver feedback on whether solar is a good fit for you.

Contact ABM to see how a solar program at your facility could help you reduce costs and increase your energy efficiency: