Well, it's certainly not cheap! true.
Frankly, it's all in the math. This is what you do: Find out how much money on average you are paying to the local monopoly power company. Multiply that by 12 months then by 7, 10, or 20 years. Don't even account for inflation and rate increases. compare that to the last quote you received for solar from any solar company. Then you decide. It's something we need to ask ourselves as to whether we want to buy our energy that is produced using coal, diesel, and gas at a premium from the local monopoly power company, or do we want to produce our own clean free energy? The answer shouldn't be too hard.
A Power Purchase Agreement is as simple as buying your electricity at a cheaper rate than your utility company. Now you have the power to buy your energy at a more affordable rate!
With a Lease program, you buy electricity at a lower rate vs. your utility company rate. However, you will always know what your electrical bill will be ahead of time! A Solar Lease offers set monthly payments so you can budget for it.
Solar technology has come a long way. Today, the equipment has a slick design, and installation has improved tremendously. However, let's ask ourselves what's uglier? a solar system on our roof that people may not even be able to see? or, bank and back braking electric bills?
This is one of the most important questions. Solar systems are almost maintenance-free since there are no moving parts. However, for your peace of mind, we have negotiated the most comprehensive 25 years warranty for every system installed. Depending on where you live, there may not be a need to even wash the system. But, an occasional spray rain while you're wanted the backyard won't hurt.
Solar systems are designed to work over 25 years at optimum efficiency. However, They are systems that have been working for much longer than that.