Am I good candidate for a solar system?
There are a few factors that determine if solar is right for you. Does your roof face south, east, or west? Are your roof shingles less than 15 years old? Do you have an electric bill that is $75 or more per month? If you answered yes to these questions, then you are most likely a great candidate for solar power.
Is it really possible to get a solar system installed on my roof for "zero down"?
How large of a solar system do I need?
What if something goes wrong with the solar system over its lifetime?
What makes solar leasing possible?
How do solar panels work?
Solar Panels are made up of silicone cells that turn sunlight into (DC) electricity. Once produced, that electricity flows into an inverter that converts it to (AC) electricity so that is usable in your home. The system’s production is monitored by your utility company each month via net metering. Net metering allows you to receive the full retail credit on your utility bill for each kWh of electricity your system produces.
What is the difference between a solar lease and a solar power purchase agreement (PPA)?
What happens at the end of the lease/PPA term?
What is the difference between lowering my rate with solar and lowering my rate with a third party supplier?
What happens if I move before the end of the term?
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section above provides information based on accurate and up-to-date knowledge available at the time of its creation. However, we want to bring to your attention that our financing products, government incentives, and the industry as a whole are subject to continuous change. Therefore, some of the information presented in this FAQ may have become outdated or no longer applicable. We strongly advise you to contact us directly for the most recent and precise information regarding our offerings, financing options, government incentives, and any other relevant details. By doing so, we can provide you with a tailored proposal that aligns with your specific home and energy consumption needs.