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  • Writer's pictureMatt Shieds

Why Rooftop and Parking Deck Solar is a Low-Risk Investment

We are often asked if rooftop solar will complicate a properties operations and make it harder to monetize at exit. Solar, however, is a low-risk investment for several reasons.

First, it is a mature technology that has been in use for decades, and the reliability and efficiency of solar panels continue to improve. This means that the risks associated with new and untested technology are minimal.

Second, solar energy is a renewable and abundant resource, making it a reliable source of power. Unlike fossil fuels, which are finite and subject to price fluctuations, the sun will continue to shine, providing a consistent source of energy. This makes rooftop solar a stable and predictable source of power.

Third, the cost of solar panels and other equipment has fallen dramatically in recent years, making it more affordable for individuals and businesses to switch to solar energy. This has led to an increase in the number of solar installations, providing a track record of success and further reducing the risks associated with rooftop solar.

Fourth, many governments and utility companies offer incentives and rebates to encourage the adoption of solar energy. These incentives can reduce the upfront costs of installing a solar system and make it a more attractive investment.

Finally, rooftop solar is a low-maintenance technology. Once a solar system is installed, it requires minimal attention, with most maintenance tasks being handled by the solar provider. This means that property owners can enjoy the benefits of solar energy without the hassle of maintaining the system.

In summary, rooftop solar is a low-risk investment due to its mature technology, reliability, affordability, incentives, and low maintenance requirements. It is a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way to generate electricity, and its popularity continues to grow as more people and businesses switch to solar energy.

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