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As a Coachella Valley based company that owns our 11,000 sq. ft. facility, we have the added benefit of firsthand experience with cost savings of solar, and energy management. Energy management, energy scripting, and battery storage have become key components to us in drastically reducing rate tariff demand charges, whether a client utilizes solar or not, allowing them to benefit regardless.

If solar “pencils,” then the car ports, shade structures, and even rooftop solar can add many ancillary benefits to your facility and brand, beyond the energy cost savings, the 30% federal tax credit, and the accelerated depreciation.

There is no over-the-counter solution for the high electric bills and no two facilities have the same energy prescription. Our Commercial Division offers full finance, energy management, architectural and engineered construction options for government, non-profits, and small to large businesses.


Thank you for your interest in solar and Hot Purple Energy.
We have helped thousands of our Coachella Valley Friends and Neighbors lower their electric bills and we look forward to doing the same for you.



While we will want to visit your home to see first hand your roof condition, view lines, and electrical equipment, we can give you a ballpark idea of your costs and options over the phone or via email.



We are open 8AM to 6PM Monday through Friday and we are available 7 days a week via appointments.
Your solar answers are a phone call or email away…

Thank you again, we look forward to helping you.

HPE | Hot Purple Energy


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