The California Solar Initiative (CSI) offers cash back for going solar. Depending on the utility, rebates can range from 10 to 50% for the entire cost of going solar.
The Federal Government is heavily involved in helping America become energy independent. To encourage homeowners in adopting renewable energy, a 30% Federal Tax Credit is issued to such participants.
There is financing available for individuals wanting to hold on to cash. In order to qualify for financing, a FICA score of 700 and greater is recommended.
Solar Optimum will make your investment easy and affordable
With the buy option, you have the benefit of producing your own electricity (25+ years).
The equipment is yours to keep!
|Previous Electric Spending (Annually)||$1,076|
|Previous Electric Usage||7,849 kWh|
|Expected Electric Savings (Annually)||$1,065|
|Expected Electric Production||7,758 kWh|
Prepaid Lease Option
You may choose to lease the equipment for 20 years! With this option, the 240 month lease term is prepaid in advance and costs substantially less than owning the equipment.
Monthly Lease Option
This option is great for investors looking to considerably lower monthly electrical spending.
With no money down, this option allows you to hold on to cash and still have the power to go solar!
(Available to Residential customers only)
|Monthly Spending||~ $89.65|
|Monthly Lease||~ $65.00|
* Specs above are based on an average home system size, rebate amounts vary from utility provider, consult your tax adviser for tax credits. All systems are unique in nature and the numbers depicted in the illustrations are for educational purposes only.
ORI™ (Optimum Residential Investment)
A unique program available to Solar Optimum customers only. Rather than wait weeks to months to receive the rebate, Solar Optimum will pay for the rebate upon project completion.
This option is only available to Solar Optimum residential customers, it does not apply to commercial and industrial projects.
"We are like tenant farmers chopping down the fence around our house for fuel when we should be using nature's inexhaustible sources of energy. I'd put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don't have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that."
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