About PowerLease Solar Solutions

Mission Statement

Our Charter is to dedicate our time and resources to the deployment of renewable energy solutions to lessen our nation’s dependence on fossil fuels.
PowerLease Solar will provide all types of renewable energy solutions to the marketplace that involve industrial & commercial entities, office complex developers/owners as well as municipalities and school districts.

The basket consists of Biofuels, Wind, PV solar, PV solar thermal, Biomass, Hydro power, Geothermal and Tidal.

We hope we can work together to achieve your goals and objectives for a green response to our regional and global warming concerns.

Solar is “NOT A SINGLE BULLET SOLUTION…” It takes a menu of resources that fill up the basket of solutions…

Client Services

The team will provide energy production analysis and designs with each client’s strategically positioned goals framed in a business case. Our selected renewable energy approach may prove to be an efficient way to reduce energy costs and enhance the short and long term environmental landscape.

Separately, Rooftop solar installations are a primary target for PowerLease. Property owner/Lessors can offer PV solar power energy as an amenity that may prove to be a unique way to differentiate its properties from its competition.

What will your individual role and contribution be in achieving meaningful reductions in America’s use and dependence on fossil fuels? The substantial increase in the use of renewable energy will have a direct impact on our becoming energy independent and positive caretakers of our environment.

Complete Energy Audit Process

  • Interior building evaluation
  • Insulation analysis
  • Window energy assessment
  • Lighting power consumption metering
  • HVAC
  • Power backup services
  • 12 Month utility consumption analysis

Note: The audit will provide the initial basis for energy efficiency. Then the use of PV Solar will be designed for maximum benefits to the Host.

Geographic Focus

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PowerLease has projects in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Arizona & Puerto Rica. New Jersey is second only to California in providing programs supporting the expansion and development of renewable energy.

New Jersey has promulgated a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) that will require retail sellers of electricity and power generators the mandate to produce renewable energy power equal to 20% of its portfolio by the year 2020. PV Solar alone must contribute 10% of the total mandate or 2.12%.

On 10/22/2008, the governor of New Jersey introduced its new Master Plan. One goal within this plan is to increase renewable energy electric production to 22.5% by 2021. If the Master Plan goals are incorporated into a new RPS standard, then the current in-state power generators and retail sellers of electricity will then have additional BPU-New Jersey pressure (in the form of penalties… Alternative Minimum Compliance Payments) to purchase the power that independent generators produce from renewable energy sources.

What Is Solar?

Electromagnetic energy (solar radiation) transmitted by the sun (approximately one billionth of which reaches the earth) that is the basis of all terrestrial life. It amounts to about 420 trillion kilowatt-hours, and is several thousand times greater than all the energy used by all the people. Solar energy is harnessed by capturing the sun’s heat (through solar heaters) or light (through photovoltaic cells). It is estimated that one square kilometer (about 0.4 square miles) of land area receives some 4000 kilowatts (4 megawatts) of solar energy everyday — enough for the requirements of a medium size town.

Solar power describes a number of methods of harnessing energy from the sun for heat or electricity. Passive solar design in buildings, designed to capture heat from the sun, has been used for centuries. It is increasingly of interest to modern day building designers and householders as the environmental costs and limited supply of other power sources such as fossil fuels are realized. Solar power can be used to generate electricity through the use of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, which turn light directly into electricity. Solar PV systems work even on cloudy days, when they can produce up to 30 per cent of the power output of a sunny day.