See how Mountain View Solar can help you start on your solar journey this year.
Our minority-owned business with NABCEP-certified employees is here to bring your local, state, or federal project to fruition. We offer full engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services to oversee the development of your project.
With strong experience installing solar photovoltaic systems in settings from a rural county courthouse roof to a large federal project, we offer a reliable EPC service.
During your design and proposal process, our financial team will review your options to develop a customized approach to match your preferences to offer power-purchase agreement options (where allowed), leasing, financed, and/or purchased financial options.
As much of our team is NABCEP-certified, we offer the best technical approach to ensure the proper electrical match to your electrical service as well as proper design for your building. Our professionals dissect your electric bills to identify your savings opportunities with solar and identify a property demand charge management strategy, where appropriate, to address your entire electric bill.
Our focus is on quality and safe installations that maximize your savings and showcase your commitment to sustainability.
Mountain View Solar offers the complete and professional design of every government solar array. Our team works with you to identify the best location for your solar panels, whether they be installed on a flat EPDM roof, on a pitched metal roof, or on any open ground space you may have. We design your system to maximize your benefits from your investment in solar generation and to match your aesthetic preferences. Once installed, your solar panels will generate clean electricity that, first, powers your business with excess generation exported to your electric utility. In both cases, your solar generation offsets your usage and saves on your electric bill.
See more of how solar works here.
See images of installations our team has completed in our region.
Our solar experts go beyond simply offsetting the energy charges on your bill with solar generation and we dive into your demand charges to identify the best mitigation strategies. Your commercial electric bill may include a charge for the peak 15-minutes of usage each billing period, which is the time of maximum draw from the electric grid. As one peak determines the charge for the entire billing period, this can be a difficult section of your bill to control and solar generation alone is an unreliable fix to this section of your bill.
Our professionals are here to dissect your electric bills, identify how much you are paying in demand charges, measure your heaviest users’ actual demand, and recommend the best strategies to reduce your demand charges.
See more of what demand charges are and what can be done about this here.