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Solar Panels and Systems

We help design and build systems for a range of commercial solar applications.
Businesses both large and small can cut energy costs and implement custom energy solutions with commercial solar systems.

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FREE Getting Started Guide

Interested in solar, but not sure quite where to start? We're here to help make sure you set your solar journey off on the right foot. With our free Getting Started Guide, you'll get the information you need to make informed decisions when buying solar—all in an easily digestible format.
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Simplify your Solar Project
FREE Getting Started Guide

Interested in solar, but not sure quite where to start? We're here to help make sure you set your solar journey off on the right foot. With our free Getting Started Guide, you'll get the information you need to make informed decisions when buying solar—all in an easily digestible format.
Download Guide

Questions? Chat with us!

Wil has been a part of the solar industry for over 20 years; as an electrician, solar installer, support technician, and more. He's also been living off-grid since 1996. Wil and the rest of the Unbound Solar team are here to answer any questions you have about designing a system that will fit your needs.
Give us a call—we’re here to help.

The Do-It-Your-Way Solar Guide

We answer all your questions in one easy-to-navigate Do-It-Your-Way Solar Hub. Ready for total control with more choices and faster payback?

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Lower Operating Costs

By switching to solar you can immediately lower or eliminate your electricity costs, improving your margins and bottom line.

Government Rebates/Credits

Commercial Solar is eligible for a variety of federal, state and local incentives. When added up, these incentives can potentially cover 45-80% of your overall system cost.

Accelerated Depreciation

Businesses can deduct 85% of the value of the solar asset from their taxes, providing another significant offset to the upfront cost of a system array.

Commercial Solar for Businesses & Commercial Buildings

Commercial solar panels are a great way for businesses to reduce, or even completely eliminate, their electric bill while utilizing clean energy. With commercial solar installation, renewable energy through solar power can take electric costs virtually out of the question which is great for minimizing overhead to improve cashflow. Of course, there is the upfront cost of purchasing commercial solar panels, but the total return on investment (ROI) on solar energy overtime makes it a no-brainer! In fact, a grid-tie commercial system allows you to sell some of the energy back to the electric company. Just be sure you have all the right inverters, hardware and equipment to do so. And if you are worried you do not have enough space on the roof of your commercial property, you can opt to ground mount your commercial solar system. Commercial solar installation is a fantastic way to reduce your business’ carbon footprint and be one that thrives on sustainability

Save on Commercial Solar Installation with Incentives and the Federal Tax Credit

If the ROI was not enough to persuade you on the benefits of commercial solar projects, perhaps we should mention that you can reduce the cost on your commercial solar panels with tax rebates. So you can reduce or get rid of energy costs from the electric company while having the federal government pay back for some of the commercial solar installation with a solar tax credit! If you need further assistance, contact us to get all the help you require on your commercial solar needs to get solar solutions today.

Our Commercial Solar Solutions Include:

  • Small businesses
  • Commercial real estate (CRE) and investment properties
  • Large-scale commercial projects
  • Solar Farms and Microgrids
  • Universities and Schools
  • Custom projects large and small


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on a your custom commercial power system.



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Businesses and Installers Rely On Unbound Solar

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“After many years of solar design and installation, I’ve found Unbound Solar to be the most reliable equipment source out there. Other distributors I’ve used pale in comparison. Many thanks for years of outstanding service.”

Chris Evans, MT
Earth Wind & Fire

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“I’ve been ordering from Unbound Solar for three years as a solar installer and system designer, and have always had an excellent experience. There are a lot of choices when it comes to renewable energy equipment providers, but I will continue to order from Unbound Solar thanks to their prompt, professional service.”

Kris Wallin, NM

Wild Nature

“Unbound Solar is the ONLY place to go for your alternative energy gear! The are super knowledgeable, friendly and their prices are some of the best, especially because they stand in back of everything they sell.”

Marsha Sparks, WA
Wildnature Solutions

Commercial Solar Systems FAQs

Are there incentives for integrating solar electric systems?

Support for commercial solar electric power comes in many forms today.

State rebates and state tax incentives, Federal Tax Credits, Business Development Grant Programs and Accelerated Depreciation scheme combine to provide immediate positive cash flow for most commercial solar power installations in the very first year.

Check out your local, state, and federal incentives for commercial and renewable energy applications.

Are large commercial solar systems the same as residential solar electric systems, only larger?

The same principles apply, although with few exceptions, commercial applications are grid-intertied, whereas many residential solar electric systems are off-grid, or totally independent of utility-generated electric power. Commercial solar gridtie inverters matched with arrays of larger wattage solar panels (the same ones that work for residential solar power systems) provide power for all sorts of commercial applications, from remote traffic controls and telecommunications, to oil and gas industry applications, to solar electric systems for large municipal, school and government facilities.

How does commercial solar work?

  • Solar panels are mounted on a roof structure or on the grounds of the commercial facility, or are used as the roof structure over a parking lot.
  • The power created by sunlight on solar cells is sent to a device called an inverter which converts the DC power from the solar panels into AC power identical to that being sent to you from the utility grid.    Commercial inverters are available in a wide variety of power levels, from 2.5 kW to 250 kW, tailored to meet the requirements of any commercial application. Single phase and three phase products, with line voltage auto-detection, are designed to minimize power loss during the conversion process.   Passive cooling eliminates the needs for fans, reducing maintenance costs.  10-year parts and labor warranties are standard for inverters; 20 – 25 year warranties are standard for solar panels.
  • Power travels from the inverter to the electrical service panel at the breaker box, where it is distributed to electrical loads throughout the facility.
  • Excess power produced by the solar panels flows into the grid through your electric meter, causing your meter to run backwards and gaining your business a credit with the utility company.
  • Net metering is an agreement between you and your utility company.  The agreement states that the utility company will credit your account for excess electricity produced and fed into the utility grid.
  • If you install a time-of-use-meter, you may be credited for power at different rates—peak or off-peak rates.  Rates depend on the time of day, day of the week, and month of the year.  Peak periods are usually weekday summer afternoons.  When you send power to the utility grid during peak power times, you may receive credit at the higher peak rate.  When you draw on your credit at off-peak times, you will be debited at off-peak rates.
  • Most businesses will benefit by installing the time-of-use meter.