Hardy Electrical and Solar can help you select the right commercial solar finance option for you. We work closely with you to understand the different solar financing options available and the benefits for your business. We can assist you to choose the right solar finance purchase model for your organisation:


Pay As You Go

A Pay As You Go finance option is a payment plan spread over a set period of time, usually 5 years with 6 & 7-year options also available. This option eliminates any upfront capital investment. Generally the savings you will make from installing the Commercial System will offset the repayments putting your business in a cash flow positive position from day one. This option allows you to take advantage of all the government tax breaks and incentives, as you own the asset from day one.


Solar Lease

A solar lease allows you to install a commercial solar system on your premises with a payment plan to eliminate the upfront capital investment required. By spreading the cost of the installation out over an agreed payment term with a small balloon payment at the end of the term, your business can have the advantages of solar power from day one without the drain on cash flow. Solar leasing does not allow you to claim any of the government tax breaks and incentives until the system is paid off and you choose to purchase it with a final payment (balloon payment).

Contact Us today to discuss your finance options on a commercial Solar System for your business and start saving today!



Calculating your finance repayments against your savings is something we can help you with!

A carefully prepared proposal should include your expected current power costs, savings from solar, Internal Rate of Return, Return On Investment, Payback Period and full cashflow sheet. Hardy Solar can show you highly accurate projections for you business’ solar power system investment so that you can make an informed decision.

Some of the things we do to ensure our calculated finance projections are as accurate as possible:

  • Where possible – obtain your actual energy usage data

  • Run an hourly solar simulation over a full year

  • Include your most recent rates in our projection (even on complicated power bills)

  • Get an updated finance costings estimate

  • Produce an east-to-understand document for you to review