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Investment Buy-ins at $20-100k,
with 35-60% ROI

Investing Requirements:

The key advantage for Greenzu micro-utility investors is the flexible purchase price and self-sustaining operating costs. Yet, whether you invest in a 6 kW system or a 60 kW system the IRR and ROI remain attractive and secure.

Small 6 kW Solar Micro-Utility

Investment AmountInitial Investment: $34,756
First Year Incentives: $14,258
IRR: 8%
Lifetime Operating Costs: $10,404
Return On InvestmentActual Investment
(After First Year Incentives): $20,498
Lifetime Returns: $46,736
Net Profit: $13,706

Mid-Size 30 kW Solar Micro-Utility

Investment AmountInitial Investment: $174,780
Incentives: $85,548
IRR: 8%
Lifetime Operating Costs: $52,020
Return On InvestmentActual Investment
(After Incentives): $102,490
Lifetime Returns: $233,680
Net Profit: $68,530

Operating Costs:

Micro-utility operating costs consist primarily of paying for preventative maintenance, cleaning, and property insurance. Fortunately, these costs are paid annually by project revenue.

The common exception is the one-time inverter replacement, which will cost $5,000-$15,000 depending on the size of your micro-utility. The replacement cost will exceed project revenue in the year it is replaced. Replacement typically occurs after 10 years, meaning a modest cash reserve can be set up to cover this cost. The inverters are warrantied to last 10 years, while the micro-utility contract lasts 20 years.

Mathematically that means that you can only be expected to pay for one inverter replacement during the life of the PPA. In Greenzu's financial projections we deduct $15,000 in year 12 to account for the potential inverter replacement cost.


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