Procurement refers to obtaining the parts that are needed to make the whole run smoothly. This can seem overwhelming to those new to running a business. How do you make sure you select the proper components to keep your investment operating at top quality?
This is one area, like many others, where Gcep Solar can help you. With a track record of success stories already behind us, we aim to meet all of your solar needs – and that includes procurement.
We’ve developed a centralised procurement platform which smoothly runs and leads chains of supply. Our network of affiliated solar products manufacturers and suppliers co-operate in order to deliver high-quality parts to construction sites in a timely manner. We’ve established broad connections with internationally recognised solar suppliers and we’re professional in terms of both our quality control and cost optimisation.
We use ‘Tier 1’ products, which are the highest quality solar PV products on the market. So you know that by working with us, you’re working with the highest standards of quality. Our ongoing commitment to quality is motivated by the desire to see you succeed with an investment that keeps on yielding high returns.
There are a number of potential steps involved in solar procurement: analysing compliance issues, getting a team together, arranging financing and contracting. Our team at Gcep Solar is experienced at handling each of these steps for you.
Solar power is all the rage nowadays and many government agencies and other public sector entities are scrambling to find out how they too can cut energy costs, reduce emissions and contribute to building a more sustainable planet. As stable institutions with a steady revenue stream from taxes, along with the ability to issue generally high-rated bonds to fund utility projects, local municipalities and government agencies occupy a great position to take advantage of solar power procurement projects.
In addition to the large of amount of energy generation needed, municipalities and other public sector entities also have different needs and resources based on their revenue streams. Because of the large demand for energy in a diverse range of geographic locations, several different types of procurement routes have arisen to meet the challenges and needs of this sector.
The relative newness of solar energy technologies and the procurement process by which various agencies and enterprises need to navigate can raise interesting and complex challenges. Through innovative financing mechanisms, supportive government policies and the maturing of the solar industry, municipalities and other public sector entities have plenty of options to choose from for solar power procurement