Why Solect: our differentiators at a glance

Excellence in quality, safety, value, and performance forms Solect’s cornerstones.
Our consistent process delivers outstanding results for our clients.

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Assess project site(s) and current and future electric profile

Present analyses and recommendations on financial benefits

Contract, engineer, and

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Construct, interconnect, and commission projects

Optimize your solar ROI
with cutting-edge O&M services

Asset and performance management,
and compliance

Benefits for non-residential solar projects in New Jersey

  • Federal tax credit (30% or more)
  • REAP grants
  • High and volatile grid electricity prices encourage businesses to consider solar adoption
  • Robust solar Incentives offered by the state
  • Incentives for on-site and off-site solar projects

Administratively Determined Incentive

Administratively Determined Incentive (ADI) supports net-metered non-residential and community solar projects of 5 MW (DC) or less. This incentive program covers rooftop solar projects, carports, and solar canopies and offers a fixed incentive for 15 years. It’s worth noting that solar projects on commercial properties can deliver an ROI in as little as 4 years when state incentives are combined with the fed investment tax credit.

Building materials manufacturing facility; 1.5 MW; Customer purchase
Highway equipment garage; 294kW; Pitched metal roof, Power purchase agreement
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The power of Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)

Even if an immediate investment in solar energy isn’t on your plan, we can still support you.

Through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), your solar project can receive financial support from a third-party investor like Solect. Here’s how it works: Solect leases your property to develop, own, and manage a solar energy system on it. In exchange, you purchase the electricity generated at a substantially lower and fixed rate for an agreed-upon period, typically 20 to 25 years.