Solar rentals in Miami, QLD, 4220
This page shows how renting or buying solar panels in Miami, can help save you money and the environment. Calculate solar power yield for your business in Miami.
The benefits of solar power are no secret to the Miami community. Over 22.22 million dollars (14,191 kW) of solar panels have been deployed in Miami and surrounding suburbs (Burleigh Heads and Burleigh Waters) as the community prioritises saving dollars and the environment.
Lock in the benefits of solar by renting solar panels from Solpod and be cashflow positive from day 1. The SOLPOD RENTAL uniquely delivers businesses in Miami savings with only a minimum commitment of 3 years, and even bigger savings can be made for longer commitments. This is possible because of our patent protected solar pods, which enable efficient installation and redeployment.
Businesses and residents of Miami are collectively generating $4,464,474 of energy at retail prices a year! This is based on an average of 61,157 kWh of energy production a day and retail electricity costs of 20c per kilowatt-hour. The solar panels in Miami are also offsetting greenhouse gas emission, with the solar systems in Miami reducing 17,858 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year.
Average daily consumption (kWh)
Cost of Electricty (cents)
How many days a week do you operate?
What percentage of your energy consumption do you estimate is during the day?
System Size (kW)?
How long would you like to lease the solar panels?
Savings on your electricity bill: $
Abatement of carbon dioxide emmissions: tonnes per annum
Your business in Miami will be $ better off per year after paying for the solar rental. After the year rental term you will be $ better off!
On-site solar utilisation score
* above 50 is good, 100 is optimal.
Solar power availability in Miami
Miami gets solar irradiation levels of an annual average of 5.14 kilowatt hours per square metre. The following graph shows the daily average solar irradiation/power levels per kW installed in Miami for each month.
Solar leasing potential for commerical properties in Miami
If you have any other questions regarding installing renting or buying solar panels in Miami, feel free to contact us.
Data sources used on this page include:
- Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) - nearest weather Station (BURLEIGH WATERS ALERT )
- Clean Energy Regulator (CER)
- realcommercial.com.au and commercialrealestate.com.au
- Census 2016 (ABS)