Interconnection Systems, Inc.

Commercial Solar Installation and Solar Farm

Located in Central City serving Lincoln, Kearney and Grand Island areas

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Commercial Solar Installation in Lincoln

With energy concerns on the rise all over the world, it’s only smart for local businesses to invest in alternative energy so that they can keep operational costs down and stay ahead of the curve. No matter what type of business you are in, the rising cost of conventional energy must be cause for concern. If you are ready to rid your business of this unnecessary stress, get in touch with Interconnection Systems, Inc. today and we can install commercial solar panels to power your business today and into the future.

Interconnection Systems, Inc. was founded in 1996 and has been proud to provide Nebraskans with incredible electrical services since 2011. By 2015, our company became the largest domestic solar contractor in Nebraska. Our ability to develop and construct powerful alternative energy production facilities for commercial operations in Nebraska are equal parts efficient and value-oriented and has made it possible to continue the same exceptional service that’s been the foundation of our company for years.

On top of being the best option for commercial solar installations in Nebraska, we are proud to provide all the services you would expect from a conventional electrician including wiring upgrades, assessment and correction of code violations and installation of emergency generators. For all your conventional and green electricity needs, just call (308) 940-1071 and a member of our team will be happy to help.

Installing Solar Panels for Your Business

Powering your commercial property shouldn’t create a financial burden. If you agree, then you should really consider acquiring Interconnection Systems, Inc.’s commercial solar installation services because our stylish and powerful panels can improve your property’s value, affordability and functionality while allowing you to pass on those savings to your staff or your clients.

Regardless of the energy loads your business demands, we will work with you to find the perfect solar panel solution that meets your budget and needs. No two businesses are the same. With this in mind, our policy is to create custom power plans and designs to make sure that your unique situation is covered.

Give us a call today so that we can schedule a complimentary assessment so that we can start developing a plan to help your business move into the future by incorporating green energy into your operation.


One of the most common questions that we at Interconnection Systems, Inc. receive from our commercial customers is in relation to the lifespan of their business’s solar panels. It is no surprise that most people want to know how long they can expect their panels to last, after all they have spent thousands of dollars having them installed. And for those thinking about installing solar panels in their commercial property, it is hard to make a call on the upfront cost of going solar without first knowing how long you can expect the panels to last. With your solar panels designed to be an ample energy source to replace electricity usage for many decades, it makes sense that you should want to know how much bang you’re getting for your buck.

Most solar panels last between 30 and 40 years. Every year, a panel loses approximately about half of a percent of its power rating. So, 25 years after the initial install, a panel will likely only produce 87.5% compared to when it started. Now, this doesn’t mean that panels will stop producing electricity after 35 years, it just means, at this juncture, energy production will have declined by what manufacturers consider a significant amount.

As mentioned above, recent research from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory has found that solar panel output falls anywhere from 0.5 to 0.8 percent of its power rating each year. This rate of decline is referred to as the solar panel degradation rate, and will vary depending on which panel brand is used. For instance, premium level manufacturers offer degradation rates as low as 0.3% per year.

Another important point to remember when you are considering investing in solar panels is that they come with many different types of warranties. Most manufacturers will offer both an equipment warranty to certify against any manufacturing defects, and a performance warranty to guarantee that your panels will produce base-standard of electricity. In essence, this solar panel performance warranty, which generally lasts 25 years, can give you a better sense of how much electricity to expect from your solar panel over time.


For the most part, solar panels are extremely durable and almost all manufacturers will test their panels to make sure that they can withstand high winds and heavy snow loads, while many other solar panels are specifically tested to ensure that they can withstand falling hail. Another major benefit of solar panels is that they don’t usually have any moving parts and as such, require very little maintenance. That being said, the reality is that a well-maintained solar panel will stand the test of time better than one that isn’t adequately taken care of.

So, if you want to make sure that your solar panels last as long as possible, then brushing snow, removing leaves and tree branches from them as well as maximizing sun exposure is a guaranteed way of doing this. On top of that, buying superior-standard solar panels will lead to a longer solar panel lifespan and a higher quality product for your home. With Interconnection Systems, Inc. in charge of your solar panel needs, you can rest assured that you will receive the best possible service for less.

How Long Can a Commercial Solar Panel System Last?

Most solar panels last between 30 and 40 years. Every year, a panel loses approximately about half of a percent of its power rating. So, 25 years after the initial install, a panel will likely only produce 87.5% compared to when it started.

Are Commercial Solar Panels Hard to Maintain?

Solar panels require very little maintenance. Unlike other appliances, there are no moving parts that will break down. To make sure they are functioning at peak efficiency, it’s worth getting them checked once or twice a year for debris and dirt since they won’t be as effective if there is anything blocking the panel from absorbing sunlight.

If ever there’s a problem, help is only a phone call to (308) 940-1071.