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Solar energy offers commercial real estate (CRE) property owners and managers an exceptional opportunity to boost cash flow by reducing utility expenditures, increasing rents, and increasing common areas maintenance (CAM) reimbursements. Installing a solar photovoltaic (PV) array also fosters closer connections with tenants and their client bases, facilitates lease extensions, and enables a sustainable footprint. 

Evaluating the benefits, financing structures and operations of a solar facility can be a complicated process. This document informs the CRE industry about the opportunities of solar PV and helps them sort through the array of options and structures available.

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