As a small business owner in 2018, you understand that environmentally conscious products and
services are no longer a nice-to- have for consumers, but rather a must-have. And while there are many
ways your small business can go green and work to be more eco-friendly, there are few that will also
give you a return on investment and contribute to your organization’s overall profitability.
California has long been paving the way as a leader in renewable energy. But this Wednesday, May 9, the state officially sealed the deal as they passed a mandate that all new homes and low-rise apartment buildings are required to have a built-in solar power system starting in 2020.
Of the few certainties in life, one of them is taxes. The 2018 tax season is in full swing, and this
year it’s imperative to know how the new GOP tax plan will impact your business – especially if
it means you can cut yourself a break!
One in ten small businesses create their own energy by harnessing the power of the sun. As the cost of electricity continues to grow, businesses are increasingly investing in alternative energy. There are a number of reasons it makes sense for businesses to install commercial solar power.