Commercial buildings are ideal for distributive generation systems which provide solar power directly to the site. Since commercial operations typically utilize the most electricity during the daytime, solar power generation is complementary to the energy demand. Solar power is generated most during the sunny high heat days of summer, which can be utilized by a commercial load.
Schools and Universities have high demand of electricity. Their highest electric demand time is during the daytime which the highest solar power generation. In addition, the high technology of solar power provides an excellent educational opportunity for students to learn about renewable energy while in action at their campus.
Manufacturing operations utilize significant amounts of energy, and their electric bill can become a significant operating cost. Solar power systems installed on un-utilized space such as roof and ground, allows the manufacturing facility to generate their own power.
Many government offices have a strategic plan to implement renewable energy to implement cost effective energy solutions to save taxpayers money, while promoting new forms of energy in their respective area.