XsunX Harnesses The Power Of Commercial Solar
Commercial scale installations will be one major driver to lead the solar industry boom according to The US Energy Information Administration (EIA). In a recent analysis of the market, the EIA expects that utility-scale solar capacity will increase by 96% between the end of 2013 and the end of 2015; about two-thirds of this new capacity is being built in California. As far as opportunities go, investors are looking toward utility scale installers to deliver potential profit in today’s market.
Solar energy is being deployed on a massive scale by the most iconic brands and best-managed companies in the U.S. in order to help lower operating costs and increase profits. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Vote Solar Initiative (Vote Solar) have unveiled a report naming the companies using solar on their facilities in the U.S., ranked by cumulative solar energy capacity.
XsunX, Inc. (XSNX) has actually identified a niche where it can efficiently generate revenue from projects that the much larger solar companies simply pass on. The trade-off for these much larger solar installers is based on the overall cost vs profit margin; simply put, smaller projects do not make financial sense based on the massive amounts of overhead that these corporations have on a day-to-day basis. This time last year, the company was still in its development stages but since focusing on commercial solar sales & installation, XSNX is well on its way to having a milestone year.
In fact, XSNX announced that it had reached over 146kW in solar system delivery for the year so far and the company’s addition of new commercial power management (CPM) technologies to its solar power system designs was the first of two key system upgrades the company is planning. According to XSNX, the next goal is to integrate on-site power storage to decrease building dependency from utilities for incidental building load demands.
The price of solar energy systems has dropped rapidly over the past 5 years. In some places, it’s more cost effective to deploy solar than buy electricity from the local utility company. Additionally, solar provides predictably priced electricity for 20 to 30 years according to SEIA. This obvious hedge against utility price volatility is highly valuable to businesses that are focused on managing long-term budgets; you know those 99 year leases that many manufacturing and big box retailers like to negotiate? Combined with innovative financing options that further reduce upfront costs, solar has a new value proposition that makes business sense for major companies nationwide.
Lately the market has been consolidating as much larger companies such as SunPower and FirstSolar have pulled back in price. The current climate has solar investors searching for a bottom, looking for lower entry points and aiming for new opportunity to capture profit where the OTC could offer just that with XSNX has a likely candidate for potential to profit.
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