Switching to Brighter Investment Opportunities



With solar you can predict electricity costs for years to come.


Solar costs less than energy from the utility, so you can save on your bill. It is the cheapest source of energy you could have.


Solar creates 96% less CO2 pollution than coal. Having solar panels on your roof is equivalent to planting 100 trees annually.


Clean solar energy provides us with an unlimited, reliable source of energy.

Regulate energy cost at optimum capacity

Brightswitch offers you the ability to switch your overhead expenses to investment opportunities thru self-regulation of energy cost. As costs reduce, savings are earned, cash flows improves, business’ profit increases.  Powering your businesses with solar panel system hedges you to a time-proven uncontrollable rise of electric energy costs.   

A switch within your reach

Brightswtich is a one-stop solar energy solutions provider for all phases of the project. Invite our team to your commercial establishment and we will take charge the solar energy integration from custom system engineering, installation, commissioning, system maintenance and monitoring.


Questions? We have answers.

How much does solar cost?
Today, solar costs less than traditional electricity in many markets. We can install your system with no upfront cost, and you can pay less for clean, abundant solar energy than you do to your utility company.
How does solar power work?
The solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity throughout the day. A discreetly placed inverter converts the DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is what your business utilizes. When your solar power system produces more power than you need, it feeds the power back into the electricity grid.
Does Brightswitch service my area?
Let’s find out! Get in touch with an Energy Advisor today to evaluate your solar options and learn the advantages of solar.
Will my system still be connected to the utility grid?
Yes, all our systems are connected to the utility grid. During the day, your property will draw energy from the solar system and feed any excess energy back to the grid. At night, you’ll continue to draw energy from the grid as you do now.