Solar Installation Will Power Nearly 100% of CCG’s Annual Energy
New York, NY (July 6, 2018) SolarKal, a commercial solar energy advisor, and CCG Marketing Solutions, announced the completion of installing 7,200 solar panels at CCG’s headquarters. The solar system will supply approximately 98% of CCG’s annual energy requirement. Due to the SolarKal process, CCG is guaranteed to recoup their investment in 3 years, and generate millions of dollars in revenue and savings.
Under Governor Murphy, New Jersey has been recognized as a leader in clean energy requirements. CCG joins the thousands of New Jersey companies switching to solar energy, furthering their continued commitment to sustainability, to offset energy costs, and to increase value-add to their clients. SolarKal works with commercial developers, property owners and managers nationwide on navigating the transition to solar energy.
Yaniv Kalish, CEO of SolarKal said “We are happy to see this project come to completion and delivering clean and cheap power to CCG. Like many of our clients, CCG had explored solar for years before deciding to use our proprietary platform. I think that every business in NJ should install solar panels due to favorable tax credits, local state incentives and to support the clean economy. Unfortunately, the process of going solar and the explosion of solar vendors prevents many real estate owners and businesses who don’t have the time and resources to go through this process. By taking all the load off CCG, we allowed them to not only save time, but also feel comfortable that they have experts by their side. All while creating more solar jobs for our network of dozens of solar vendors.”
Steve Pinkin, CCG’s Owner and CFO said “We really liked the idea of having someone on our side who was agnostic when it came to vendors. We also appreciated the fact that they didn’t walk away after making introductions. The financial benefits are almost immediate, not to mention the environmental benefits of going green.”
SolarKal, a commercial solar advisor, was named the winner in New York State’s 76 West Clean Energy Competition. They help companies navigate the transition to solar, from the first site visit to the final installation.