The commercial solar system design and installation process

As commercial solar specialists, Chase Renewables provides a truly end-to-end service and manages each and every aspect of the process for you.

1

Site Audit

We begin with a complimentary site assessment and audit. An experienced commercial solar specialist visits your premises to assess the site’s suitability, taking into account roof size, aspect, shading, operational needs and other considerations.

2

Feasibility assessment

We analyse your current energy usage and costs and explore your future energy needs to determine the appropriate system size for your operations and provide you with an estimate, projected savings and payback period.

3

Engineering and system design

Our team of electrical engineers develop a tailored solar system design to meet your operation’s specific requirements, ensuring maximum efficiency, longevity and reliability while being mindful of aesthetics.

4

Finance and funding

Your commercial solar system design and installation specialist processes applications for all available local, state and federal government rebates and, if you require, finance and funding applications, including Power Purchase Agreements.

5

Permitting

Depending on your location and the design of your solar system, it may be necessary to apply for and secure permits prior to installation. Rest assured, we take care of all the paperwork involved in securing them.

6

Installation

The installation of your commercial solar system is performed by experienced A-grade electricians and overseen by an electrical engineer. Once installed, we perform a rigorous testing process and optimise efficiency.

7

Monitoring and controlling

Your solar system will feature a state-of-the-art monitoring system that, in the unlikely event of a system issue, alerts Chase Renewables and all to the issue so we can rectify it before it causes a problem.

Experienced and trusted by Australian businesses

Over the last decade, Chase Renewables has helped dozens of Australian businesses, who both lease and own their property, to take advantage of the benefits of commercial solar – including large-scale wineries, manufacturing businesses, hospitality venues, retail and wholesalers and general businesses.

Mac Forbes Winery

Location: Healesville, Victoria

System size: 33 Kw

Estimated first-year savings: $12,257

Estimated payback period: 3.5 Years

Wilsons Fruit and Vegetables

Location: Ballarat, Victoria

System size: 30 Kw

Estimated first-year savings: $8,500

Estimated payback period: 5 years

Water Wheels Vineyards

Location: Bridgewater, Victoria

System size: 30 Kw

Estimated first-year savings: $10,300

Estimated payback period: 3.1 years

888 Chemicals

Location: Boronia, Victoria

System size: 39 Kw

Estimated first-year savings: $10,780

Estimated payback period: 4.4 years

Good Brew Co

Location: Daylesford, Victoria

System size: 99 Kw

Estimated first-year savings:

Estimated payback period: 3 years

Dromana Estate Winery

Location: Dromana, Victoria

System size: 99 Kw

Estimated first-year savings: $35,000

Estimated payback period: 3 years

Electroplating Victoria

Location: Boronia, Victoria

System size: 50 Kw

Estimated first-year savings: $10,780

Estimated payback period: 4.1 years

Book your complimentary solar site assessment

Whether you own or lease your premises, Chase Renewables can help you thoroughly assess and investigate the feasibility, investment and savings a commercial solar installation can deliver for your business.