The increasing demand for solar energy throughout the next decade will be dependent upon a number of factors such as public funding, cost of technology, not to mention infrastructure demands. However, if everything proceeds as expected, it is conceivable that solar energy will represent 20% of all new electricity generated over the next 20 years. Our expertise in solar energy draws on a network of partners that are there to serve your project. We ensure complete project management, from conception to completion. But we also provide management at the level of supervision, maintenance and operations, as well as the planning and supervision of the work site; connection and commissioning of the installation; the remote monitoring and regular site visits with regular reports and alerts as necessary. We can either assist you, or you can choose to delegate all administrative procedures related to obtaining the necessary permits for your installation to us. We can handle all applications for building authorization and any other permits required for the project. If you wish, your installation can be supervised by a remote, round the clock management system. This real-time monitoring system not only provides daily, monthly and yearly reporting from your system, but it also serves to prevent malfunctions that could cause a reduction or an extended shutdown of energy production. It is estimated that a 10 megawatt (MW) solar park could service between 2,500 and 3,000 homes. However, this would require a land mass of 1.6 to 2 hectares per megawatt produced. Moreover, capital costs for large-scale solar power plants of 10 megawatts are now up to $3.50 per watt. It is conceivable that we can get as low as $2.00 and even $1.00 per watt, which could translate into a rate of $.10 per kilowatt hour.
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