Don't wait to ditch the utility, go solar now and start saving!

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When you get your power from the sun, you have the control.

Buying power from the utility is inefficient, unsustainable, and expensive!

The way we currently purchase and deliver our power has been largely unchanged for over 100 years. If you think about it, you are plugged into a power plant that is very far away, with a long extension cord. Not only is it expensive to get the power to your home, but it also costs a lot of money to burn resources to create the power. The grid is very expensive to maintain, and things like the wildfires and lawsuits have made electricity prices soar faster than ever. There is no point to pay the utility companies' inflated prices when you do not have to. Going solar is like putting the power plant right on your property, and cutting out all cost of delivery and transmission. Not only do you cut costs to get power to your home but you are producing it with a clean, natural, everlasting, FREE resource... the sun! When homeowners find out they can go solar with a battery and ditch the utility, they never look back.


US Solar Adoption

The people have spoken! The United States is adopting solar faster than ever. For the sixth straight year, solar was one of the top two sources of new electricity generating capacity in the U.S! When homeowners find out they can go solar for $0 down, and a bill that is half of their currently electric bill, they say... "sign me up!"

It's clean.

Offsets Co2 Pollution

The average home will offset about 13,000 gallons of Co2 pollution.

Saves water

Its takes a lot of water to generate electricity. By going solar you save around 90,000 gallons of water per year!

Its like your planting trees

By offsetting Co2 its like you are planting trees. The average home eliminates the same amount of Co2 as 100 trees per year!

It's economical.

Electricity is expensive

The average home in California will spend about $150,000 in electricity costs over the next 25 years. .

Solar is affordable

The average solar home will spend about $30,000 in electrify costs over the next 25 years. That is a savings of 80%

Most qualify for $0 down

Most homeowners put nothing down on solar. Other than cash people choose loans, leases, or power purchase agreements. 

It's easy.

Efficient solar panels

Now panels create so much power per square foot, we can easily power over 100% of most home's needs with just the roof. Sustainable, clean power has never been more practical.

Net metering

With net metering policies you do not have to worry about power during the night, and low sun months. You give the utility your extra power during the day and high sun months, and draw back when you need it. The result is not net usage from the grid. 

Batteries

With batteries you do not have to worry about net metering policies, and get to know that all the power you use is coming from a clean source. Instead of drawing from the grid at night and low sun months, you draw from your battery. You are in control of the entire process. This can also save you more money over time than solar only, by avoiding costly peak times or non by-passable charges from the utility.

The full 30% tax credit ends Dec 31 2019.

Buy this year or pay more later

The federal investment tax credit (ITC) has long made solar even more affordable than it already is. Just as the state and most utility incentives have gone away so will the federal incentive. The good news is that it is not going away completely, but the bad news is that it will be less, and then eventually be gone. 

The CA SGIP (self generation incentive program) is still here

Homeowners who are customers of either PG&E, SCE, SCG, or SDG&E will be eligible for an incentive as high as $400 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) when you install a home battery. This is on top of your 30% ITC!

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Can you afford solar?

Solar is great and all but if you can’t afford it then it really doesn’t matter how much you can save. Luckily it is very easy to go solar! Most people choose $0 down programs. Purchasing solar is similar to a car... you can lease, get a loan, or buy cash. Each option has great benefits, and there is no one size fits all. Go with the plan you feel the most comfortable with.

Ways to save with solar.

Buy Solar Cash

buy solar cash with sunstor

  1. No monthly payment.
  2. Lowest total cost of ownership.
  3. Product and workmanship warranty.
  4. Upfront costs; you keep 100% of all tax credits and incentives.
  5. 5-7 year return on investment.

Buy solar with a $0 down loan

$0 down solar loans with sunstor

  1. Monthly payment that is less than current electric bill.
  2. No early payoff penalty.
  3. Low APR.
  4. Product and workmanship warranty.
  5. No upfront costs; you keep 100% of all tax credits and incentives.

Lease or buy power from solar

solar lease options with sunstor

  1. Monthly payment much less than your current electric bill.
  2. Maintenance provided.
  3. Product and workmanship warranty.
  4. No up front cost: DTI does not change.

How much will you save?

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