What is the cost of going solar versus doing nothing?
When considering the cost of solar, it is important to keep in mind a couple of things.
First, it is a major investment. Going solar means investing in your future energy independence and a commitment to clean enery. We offer two options, financing with a monthly payment or as an outright purchase.
Second, it is a financial investment. And, like any financial investment, you can expect it to make you money in the long run.
One thing is certian, no matter the way you choose to pay for the system, solar can help you make money.
We offer two options, financing with a monthly payment or as a cash purchase. Your solar system will often cost less than your monthly electric bill if you choose to finance the system.
The Cost of Doing Nothing
Solar is a very reliable investment in energy. It's also reliable that your electricity rate will continue to rise each year. The Dept. of Energy estimates ulitilies will continue to increase your energy rates between 5 to 8 percent a year for the next 25 years.
Even using modest calculations, that means a $100 per month bill today will cost you more than $450 a month in 25 years. Over the life of your solar system, you could save $50,000 or more.
Each system is desinged to fit your specific needs, and prices can vary.