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In Temo Power’s long history in the solar industry, we’ve worked with every type of financing available.

As a result, we can work within whatever financial structure you bring us.

But one of the most common forms of commercial financing is the power-purchase agreement, or PPA.

Unlike outright ownership, organizations play host to a solar array owned and operated by someone else and purchase the electricity from the array under a long-term agreement.

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About PPA ?

  • PPA provides opportunity

    PPA provides the business with an opportunity to monetize often unused or underused space like rooftops and parking lots that would otherwise go unexploited.

  • No upfront capital costs

    There are no upfront capital costs, given that a third-party (often an independent power producer, or IPP) builds, owns and operates the array. The only obligation of the business in question is to purchase the electricity the array produces.

  • Saving the time and effort

    All monitoring, maintenance and operation fall to the third-party, saving businesses the time and effort of having to train their own employees to handle the intricacies of solar arrays.

  • Fixes electricity costs

    PPA also fixes the monthly electricity costs for the business for 20 to 25 years, offering a stability to the company’s bottom-line that may be unmatched in any other aspect of the business.

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