Commercial Solar Panels

We offer rooftop, ground-mounted and carport panels for businesses. Explore which solar application is right for you.

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The Time to Add Commercial Solar Power Is Now

Our goal is to create a solar energy solution that is unique to you. To best meet your goals, we’ll need to know more about your property, energy usage, etc. Here is some information to keep handy during your introductory call.

Products & Benefits

Adding residential solar panels to your property presents many environmental and financial advantages. From reducing your electric bill to minimizing your dependence on grid energy, here’s how you can potentially benefit from solar panels on your home:

Benefits Of Commercial Power For Your Business

Our goal is to create a solar energy solution that is unique to you. To best meet your goals, we’ll need to know more about your property, energy usage, etc. Here is some information to keep handy during your introductory call.



Your customers care about who they work with, and your employees care about who they work for. This makes sustainability a potentially huge piece of your business’s strategy. If you’re a good steward of the Earth’s resources through solar energy use, you’re telling both customers and potential employees that it’s not just about making profits, but that you’re also interested in making a difference in all the right ways.

Potential Savings

We’ll design a system that maximizes your savings opportunities by considering various factors. These will include how you use your electricity, any limitations on where the system can be placed and any shading of those locations. By owning your power, you may be able to rely less on the utility company and more on yourself, allowing you to be less susceptible to inevitable energy rate hikes. More immediate savings may be seen after installation courtesy of a significant federal tax credit for qualified businesses.



If you live in an area with frequent power outages, solar + storage can be a great supplement to any backup generators you currently have. Instead of solely relying on a fossil-fueled backup source, you can let the sun do its job! Deploying energy from your battery during certain times of day also can potentially help reduce peak demand charges, which may account for a significant percentage of a commercial customer’s electric bill.

Commercial Solar Installation Process

Now that we’ve answered your biggest questions about adding commercial solar panels to your business, you may wonder what’s involved when you select Skyline Smart Energy to do the job. Our customized service starts when you make that first call, where we can learn more about your goals. When going green with us, here are the things we do so you don’t have to.

Design & Engineering

Have an aging roof that needs reinforcing to make solar a viable addition? If you would rather not attach the panels to your roof, we can determine alternative attachment methods. Our team evaluates your facilities and makes recommendations based on your feedback.


Our solar systems will keep you connected to the grid, meaning we need to file paperwork with your utility provider to connect your new solar system with the grid. Excess electricity produced by your solar system can potentially be sent back to the grid for credits on your electric bill if your electrical utility provider has a net metering program or sent to your battery system for later use.


Our team applies for all applicable permits in your jurisdiction to do the job in compliance with local rules. And after our work is done, we ensure the job is done correctly through inspection with the local authorities.


We have a team that specializes in commercial solar installations and all of their intricacies. Whether it’s a roof mount, a ground mount, or a combination – we have the expertise needed in the field to bring your project to life.

All pieces of our process come together to optimize your potential savings and help you own your power. The sustainability that solar panels bring to your business, along with the resilience they offer when paired with battery storage, present an exciting proposition for your business.

Commercial Solar Industries Served


Auto Dealers




Higher Education


Small Business

Sports Facilities

Water Districts

Commercial Solar Financing

At Skyline Smart Energy, we’ll do the math. We’ll help you decide if solar power is right for your business and create a customized quote based on your business needs. And when we install commercial solar panels for your business, you’ll potentially see savings for the life of the system. We can help you secure financing with one of our preferred lenders, or you can bring financing to the table yourself. We are here for you as much or as little as needed.

Frequently Asked Questions

The number of solar panels you need will depend on many different factors. These include your roof’s sun exposure, your current energy consumption, your goal electric bill and your home appliances. Ultimately, the exact amount of solar panels your home may need to see potential savings is unique to you. Our team will walk through each of these factors and determine the ideal number of panels needed to meet your energy goals.

Solar panel costs typically depend on the style and number of panels you select, current electricity costs in your area, and whether or not you qualify for any local rebates and incentives. Installation costs also factor in. However, depending on your panel efficiency, your region’s sunlight exposure, your home’s current energy usage, etc, you could potentially offset the cost of your system over the lifespan of your investment. Our system engineers will take all of these details into consideration to design a solar system that’s totally custom for your home.

Your potential savings depend on a variety of factors, including where you live and how much energy your home currently consumes. Local utility rates, solar incentives, net metering policies and more can also impact your savings potential.

To make your solar journey as seamless as possible, Skyline Smart Energy offers $0 down, 100% financing on solar systems for qualified homeowners. Learn more about going solar for less.

Homeowners installing solar panels before the end of 2023 can potentially deduct up to 30% of the cost of their solar installation from their federal taxes. Learn how to take advantage of this solar tax incentive before its expiration.

While some locations may receive more direct sunlight than others, our high-performance solar panels need only be clear of debris to produce electricity for your home, regardless of where you live.

While performance issues and early wear and tear of your panels are highly unlikely, you can protect your solar investment and keep your system producing for many years to come with our generous warranty options.

Net metering gives you a way to store energy and use it when you need it. During peak sunlight hours, the average solar panel system produces more power than you and your family can use. The extra energy is fed back into the grid, and the utility can use it for someone else. You get credit for the energy you feed back into the grid. When needed, you can use that credit to get power from the grid during the night, or on cloudy days when your home needs more energy than your panels are generating. Net metering improves the economics of solar power significantly, and it’s why Skyline Smart Energy works with power companies that provide it.

For those utility companies that don’t offer net metering, installing a battery is a way to utilize more of the energy your solar panels generate to your benefit.

How quickly you can pay off your solar panel system depends on several factors including federal and state tax incentives you may be eligible for, whether you choose to pay off extra each month, and the size of your particular solar project.

The short answer is, yes, solar panels are worth the cost. Solar panels could potentially lower your electric bills, you take steps towards owning your power (not renting it), you can offset future utility bills with net metering, and home solar panels could potentially raise the value of your property.