Mor Furniture in San Diego, CA installed a 269 kW commercial solar system at its San Diego HQ making it their second location to go green with Revel Energy. The new commercial solar pairs well with the new fluid applied “cool roof.”
Retail furniture sales is a competitive industry. Each brand and location competing for customers interested in finding “the best deal.” Markets like this make cost-cutting crucial for any business to thrive. Mor Furniture is using commercial solar to gain a competitive advantage over its competition.
The 269.09 kW commercial grade system will produce an average 423,000 kWh annually lowering Mor Furniture’s operating costs and carbon footprint. Marketability of a green energy system provides added value for the brand as they maintain their corporate image.
A total of 758 commercial grade 355 W solar panels were installed by Revel Energy of Irvine CA. Revel is a local commercial solar contractor specialized in C&I spaces. A fluid applied “cool roof” was installed to meet Title 24 regulations for added energy savings. Cool roofs and solar panels complement each other to create a more comprehensive energy saving system.
As the cost of electricity continues to rise, it becomes more crucial for businesses like Mor to find alternatives from the status quo. Renewable energies like commercial grade solar are effective methods for lowering usage costs. Adding technology like energy storage cuts extra items like demand charges which makes up a significant portion of energy bills.
Project Location: San Diego, CA
Description: Commercial Rooftop Solar System
System Capacity: 269.09 kW
System Size: 758 Solar PV Modules
Solar Panel: 355 W Monocrystalline
Annual Power Cons (before): Unknown
Est. Power Savings (after): 423,000 kWh
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