There has never been a better time for any business to save from Solar.
Save instantly on your power bills and write off your solar system cost at tax time.
Any business with up to $5 billion in annual turnover can now write off any eligible expense immediately, in a complete transformation and expansion of the Instant Asset Write-off scheme.
The Federal Government announced that any business earning up to that amount can write off eligible expenses, until June 2022.The measure will apply to eligible assets purchased from 7:30pm (AEDT) on 6 October 2020 and first used or installed by 30 June 2022.
The cost of improvements to existing eligible depreciable assets made during this period can also be deducted in full.Referred to as ‘temporary full expensing’, the Government estimates 99% of all business or 3.5 million businesses will be eligible for the scheme in a move set to encourage spending among businesses.
JFK Commercial solar PV systems are an ideal asset for the for the federal government temporary full expensing support. While your system will depreciate over time, the savings it generates for your business will only increase as energy prices rise.
JFK Solar can advise you on the best size system for your business and provide you with a no obligation proposal.
What to expect from your Free Commercial Solar Power consolation?
Some of the main points in determining the correct system for your business are,
☀️ The billing structure, cycle, and trends.
☀️ The charges that cannot be avoided, service charges, etc.
☀️ Your energy consumption during daylight hours throughout the year. This will allow us to determine, your energy needs.
☀️ Energy consummation post daylight hours and if battery storage is required.
☀️ Inspection of roof space and structure to determine available area for Solar panel installation.
☀️ Understanding your business needs and goals and if future capacity is required.
☀️ Analysis of above to accurately project paybacks and bill saving forecasts.
Recent 38KW System Case study
Financial impact graph below calculated without considering the Federal Government instant asset write-off.