Solar for everyone – what’s the right fit for you?

There’s no doubt you’ve heard a lot of buzz around solar energy in our sunny state of Solar Panels Close UpCalifornia. Solar panels have become a popular way to produce carbon-free energy with minimal impact on the environment. Whether you own or rent, there are options for you to “go solar”.

Option 1: Purchase and install solar panels onto your home

Installing solar panels on your roof is a great way to offset your home’s electricity use in real time. Solar panels can reduce your monthly energy bill since the more energy your system produces, the less energy you have to purchase from us. Plus, if your solar system produces more electricity than your home needs, we will buy the excess electricity from you through a process called Net Metering. Unfortunately, purchasing and installing solar panels on your home can have a few barriers.

Finding a licensed solar contractor and sifting through cost estimates can seem daunting. Rooftop solar panels also have a high initial cost and are limited to homeowners who have the right orientation of roof and enough space to cover the amount of electricity they need. If you want to go solar, we have a variety of resources on our website to help you through the process, including a guide on what to look for when considering a solar system.

Option 2: Make your electricity bill greener

You can support renewable energy initiatives and pay for green energy without installing anything at your home. Our Santa Clara Green Power option allows renters and homeowners to match their monthly electricity usage with 100% solar energy without any installation of equipment or contract commitments. Whether you own or rent, you can choose to source your power from new solar systems from right here in California. When you enroll in Santa Clara Green Power you’re not only reducing your environmental impact but you’re also encouraging new solar energy on the grid.

Whichever option you choose, we are here to support you!

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