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Are you paying 5X too much for energy
California Homeowners have some of the highest utility bills in the nation. Your utility rate could be as much as 5X more expensive than solar. It’s why solar in California is a no-brainer! California homeowners go solar to stop paying too much for energy and enjoy some of the highest savings in the country. Are you ready to join the millions of Americans who have gone solar? Make your own clean energy, reduce your sky-high utility bills, and increase the value of your home. California has been the national leader since the first days of the solar industry in the United States. Currently, nearly 50% of all residential installations are located in California. California homeowners can get unique incentives to go solar. Our team will help you design the right system to meet your goals and show you all the ways you can get help paying for it.
26% Federal Tax Credit:
Until December 31st, qualified homeowners can receive a 26% Federal Tax Credit.
Take advantage of Net Metering offered by several California utility companies.
Homeowners may be able to take advantage of California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program for battery storage.
Available 26% Federal Tax Credit on the total cost of your system
What California Homeowners are Saying
We are very grateful for our salesmen’s honest help that spoke volumes about Sunny Energy that he represents. I give these folks five gold stars and will call them again if I need any help with our system. Great company and great people.
Subra M., Davis, California
We offer numerous no money down financing options to suit almost any budget and homeowner objectives. There are three main ways to pay for your solar system:
No money down loans is the most popular way for homeowners to go solar
Terms range from 5 to 25 years and interest rates range from 1.99% to 4.49%. All loans offer fixed interest rates and no prepayment penalties. Enjoy all of the benefits of ownership and keep the incentives. It’s important to remember that this is not an additional payment. You are replacing a portion of your current bill, with a new, usually lower monthly payment for your solar system.
Use your home’s equity to pay for your new solar system.
No credit check is required as long as the homeowner is current on their property taxes and the property has at least 10% equity. Terms range from 5 to 30 years and all loans have fixed interest rates and no prepayment penalties. Since the loan is tied to the property and not the borrower, the individual is free to use their credit on other items.
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