with Osceola Energy
Osceola Energy is a New Mexico Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor offering a complete spectrum of services for your commercial solar power projects. We handle everything from: capital acquisition, engineering, permitting, procurement to construction. By handling all aspects of your commercial solar pv project, we create a simple, low stress experience for our clients, so you can focus on what you do best - your business.
- Great Return on Investment - 5 yr ROI
- Reduce Operating Costs
- 30% Federal Tax Credits
- Decrease your carbon footprint!
The Expertise Your Looking For
Our engineering professionals will design your solar energy system based on your commercial property architecture and electrical needs.
- Advanced Engineering - for both DC and AC electrical systems
- Solar Modeling - utilizing 3D renderings, LIDAR, and solar access values
- Analysis -of energy production and economic outlook including LCOE
- Financing -options including Commercial Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)
We take care to limit impact on your companies operations and work with you through every step. Our professional solar installation teams hold the highest licensing for solar and electrical installations in New Mexico. We pride ourselves on quality control and ensure every aspect of your project is handled with integrity and to our high standards of quality.
- Material Procurement
- Project Management from concept to completion
- Project Scheduling
Osceola Energy offers operation and maintenance services to ensure your commercial solar system continues to save you money. Our remote monitoring systems, accessible staff, and rapid response allow you to stay focused on your business.
- Operations & Maintenance (O&M) - including remote monitoring access
- Customer Training - Project turnover with comprehensive documentation and training
- Technology to help you market your new green business
Trusted by Leading Companies
Osceola Energy has many satisfied commercial solar power customers and we partner with industry leading contractors to incorporate solar into the planning process of many large construction projects throughout New Mexico.
Commercial Solar Power Project Media Coverage: Solar Power World Magazine | Solar Builder Magazine | Albuquerque Journal | Solar Industry Magazine | PV Magazine | PV Solar Report | SMA Inverted | Club & Resort Business
TCI Thompson Construction Inc.
Santa Ana Golf Club
Albuquerque Public Schools
Commercial Solar PPA
A solar power purchase agreement (PPA) delivers immediate energy savings for your company with no money down.
KEY BENEFITS OF A PPA:
- No up-front cost.
- No maintenance costs.
- No performance risk.
- Long-term, stable energy prices lower than you currently pay.
A cash purchase or loan is appropriate for customers who want to own their commercial solar energy system and take advantage of federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), and various other incentives.
KEY BENEFITS OF A CASH PURCHASE:
- Highest long-term savings potential.
- Receive immediate tax benefits through ITC and other state and local incentives.
- Lock in low, long-term energy prices based on system performance.
Commercial Solar Power Incentives
ROI's in a little as 3 years makes solar the economically feasible solution that can also help you generate a lifetime of revenue. We can help you realize these financial benefits for your business or corporation.
- Federal Tax Incentive for Commercial Solar – Allows system owner to recapture 30% of the system cost.
- Accelerated Depreciation – 5-year MACRS depreciation schedule, with depreciation basis equal to 86% of system cost
- Bonus Depreciation – Depreciate 50% of the system cost in year one (remainder follows the MACRS schedule)
- In rural New Mexico, there is funding for renewable energy projects distributed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Renewable Energy Credits (REC'S)
Some utilities offer Renewable Energy Credits (REC's) for every kilowatt of energy you produce from your solar energy system. For example, if you install a 100 kW (AC) system it produces about 600 kW/h a day (100 kW x 6 hours estimated sunlight). This is about 219,000 kw/h annually. The utility company pays you an agreed upon rate for each of these kilowatt hours produced a day/ month/ year. Using the example from above, a 100kW solar PV system in New Mexico with REC of $.025 could net you a payment of $43,800 dollars over an 8 year REC agreement. Each utility is different for what they offer so contact us today to find out how you can utilize all of these great commercial solar incentives.