Find out how much you can save with solar.

The potential solar savings above are not guaranteed and may not represent your actual experience. Savings vary depending upon a number of factors including (but not limited to) the following: location, equipment used, system size, system orientation and shading, insolation available, applicable utility rates and rate structure, as well as your eligibility for rebates, incentives, and net-metering or similar programs (the availability of which may differ for each customer and are subject to change).

How we calculate your potential savings

Lease or Purchase

  • Your area – We look at the cost of electricity from your local utility provider based on your zip code.
  • Electricity Rate/Degradation - We calculate an electricity increase rate of 2% along with an approximate degradation rate over 25-years. Actual utility bill escalation will vary from year to year based on future utility tier structure and rates.
  • Your electric bill – The more electricity you use today, the greater your potential savings with solar will be tomorrow.
  • Electricity Rate/Degradation - We calculate an electricity increase rate of 2% per year along with an approximate degradation rate over 25-years. Actual utility bill escalation will vary from year to year based on future utility tier structure and rates.
  • Shading – The less shading on have on your roof, the more solar energy you can produce.
  • Taxes and Fees – Estimated savings do not include taxes or service fees.

Purchase

For purchase only - In addition to all of the items above, potential saving are calculated with an estimate of the cost of your solar purchase and with the assumption that you will qualify for the 30% Federal Investment Tax Credit.