The Clean Energy DC Omnibus Amendment Act, signed in 2019, mandates that the entire District must be powered by renewable energy by 2032. Multiple initiatives are meant to bolster clean energy, and government buildings can use the local and federal incentives available to add solar power.
More Predictable Energy Costs
Electricity is a high operating cost for government buildings, many of which operate for long hours to accommodate international communications. As electricity prices continue to rise, government buildings on tight budgets can save on bills with the addition of a solar energy system.
Protection From Outages
A critical reason for government buildings to go solar involves solar batteries. A solar energy system with battery backup will keep energy stored for long periods, so government buildings can seamlessly transition to backup power in the event of an outage — preventing disruption of critical activity in the facility.
The bottom line is that solar energy is incentivized, money-saving, and provides extra stability for your government facility.
Call Revolution Solar today at (202) 827-6527 or contact us online to discuss the benefits of solar for your building.