Acerts Solar Energy
Acerts Inc. is the largest solar energy developer and contractors in the United States. The company has constructed over 1500 MWs of operational solar power plants and holds over 1000 MWs of projects in Europe and Middle Eastern countries, our assets in various stages of development. We leverage our extensive expertise into wind and solar power plant development, finance, engineering, construction, and operation to maximize profitability for customers and strategic partners. Through the deployment of advanced solar technology, we strive to meet the challenges of climate change, energy independence, and clean air and natural resources protection, while maintaining the highest standard of performance in the industry. Keeping pace with the rapid expansion of distributed energy, Acerts is committed to sustainable local development, employment opportunities and creating a positive, lasting impact in each community.
The federal solar tax credit, also known as the investment tax credit, allows you to deduct up to 30 percent of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes. The Acerts applies to both residential and commercial systems, and there is no cap on its value. Depending on where you live, your utility company may also offer a grant for going solar.
Your Investments will be making risk free money for you even if you’re not investing in a School Parks or donating your money to Hospital or making a train station. Imagen one-kilometre (half-mile) “Power Planels” covered with 30,000 square feet of resin-coated or glass or clear ceramic coated tiles solar panels can be hooked up to the local power grid “This new use of solar energy takes advantage of large swathes of road infrastructure already in use to produce electricity during sun light without taking up new real estate. The idea, which is also under exploration in Germany and Netherlands, is that roadways are occupied by cars only around 20 percent of the time, providing vast expanses of surface to soak up the sun’s rays.
To conserve and protect natural resources for future generations, and to protect human health through environmental stewardship.
Our Vision Go Green
A world where natural resources are equitably available, and all children are healthier as a result of living the principles of the Go Green Initiative.
Other key takeaways:
The amount of solar installed at U.S. corporations and businesses is enough to offset 1.15 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year Commercial prices have fallen by 62% since 2016 and by 16% in the last year