Return on Investment
In today’s economy, businesses must allocate their limited available capital between competing investment alternatives. From a risk-adjusted ROI basis, a well-executed solar photovoltaic (solar PV) project can be one of the soundest financial investments any business can make.
Maximized Net Present Value
Net present value (NPV) is the definitive bottom-line measure of a solar project’s value proposition to your business; the net present value of all after-tax cash flows attributable to the project. Let us show you how solar can create value for your shareholders.
Improved Internal Rate of Return
Internal Rate of Return (IRR) is the standard metric for capital budgeting analysis, and allows businesses to understand and compare the project’s annualized effective compounded return rate. Properly structured, a solar project can provide outstanding IRRs in excess of your company’s weighted average cost of capital.
Rapid Payback Period
The payback period is simply the amount of time it takes for a project to earn back the initial unlevered investment. A solar project frequently provides rapid payback, which is particularly attractive given its long-term asset life.
Other Return Metrics
No matter which return metric your business uses to analyze capital investments, be it profitability index or modified payback, Pfister Energy will help you realize the financial benefits of producing your own clean energy.
Energy Cost Volatility
Electricity prices are highly volatile and difficult to predict. In fact, historically, the cost of electricity has increased at compound annual growth rates in excess of 5%. By generating your own clean electricity onsite, you eliminate your company’s exposure to such price volatility.
Cost Effective Purchase or Financing
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