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30 September 2014

XsunX to deliver 117kW commercial solar system

XsunX Inc of Aliso Viejo, CA, USA, which is developing hybrid copper indium gallium (di)selenide thin-film (CIGS) photovoltaic (TFPV) cell technologies and ‘CIGSolar’ manufacturing processes, says that it ended September with the sale of a 117kW commercial solar system, and is launching a marketing push for fourth-quarter 2014 offering its ‘Zero Cost’ system package to commercial clients.

The firm says that interest in its commercial solar system offerings has continued to build across multiple business sectors spanning from small and large commercial operations to industrial and cold storage facilities, to homeowners association (HOA) groups. Recent interest has also come from agricultural operations, where the energy costs for pumping, refrigeration and processing systems can make the difference between operating profits or losses, the firm adds.

XsunX says that it has developed a team of qualified engineering and specialty contractors with extensive commercial solar experience necessary to service the diverse conditions that can be encountered in commercial buildings. The firm couples this design and delivery capability with factory direct pricing and zero down financing options.

“Through the combination of our system designs and effective pricing, installation incentives and financing options, we can present qualified clients with a ‘Zero Cost’ commercial solar system installation and ownership proposal,” says XsunX’s CEO Tom Djokovich. “For these clients, our installation packages can reduce up-front costs to zero, and net reductions to annual operating costs,” he adds.  

Up until now, the early adopters of commercial solar have included well-financed national brands such as Walmart, Staples, FedEx, Toys ‘R’ Us etc. However, more banks are taking notice of the potential for commercial solar, and many new financing alternatives are creating profitable opportunities for the banks, the solar contractors, and the business owners, says XsunX.

“The bottom line is that we can offer clients the opportunity to trade a larger energy bill for a lower one, as well as the opportunity to own their systems,” says Djokovich. “Our clients do not have to shell out tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars upfront to own and benefit from adding solar to their businesses,” he adds. “This is the message that we deliver every day in the marketplace, and we are now beginning to see traction.”

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