Financing your solar system

Government incentives

When it comes to financing your solar installation, there are a few options. Each of these has their own pros & cons. Your Soleez solar relationship manager will help you choose the best based on your situation.

  1. Cash
  2. Home Equity Line of Credit
  3. Credit cards or unsecured credit
  4. Solar lease
  5. Power Purchase Agreement

Cash

Quick and easy and the return on investment(ROI) is high. Break-even through savings from utility bill is within 2-8 years.

Home Equity Line of Credit

Loan process with your bank or credit union will take time. Interest payments could be offset with tax breaks. Break-even period is between 4-10 years.

Credit cards or unsecured credit from 3rd party

Quicker to process than home equity line. Zero or very little down-payment required. Interest payments could be high and without any tax breaks. Break-even period is longer.

Solar lease

Quicker to process. Zero or very little down-payment required. Interest is blended into a single monthly payment over a contract period. No tax breaks or rebates. Maybe an issue when your home is sold.

Power Purchase Agreement

Quicker to process. Zero or very little down-payment required. Financing company becomes your electric utility company. No rebates/tax incentives. Break-even period is not applicable as you pay for the life of this system. Maybe an issue when your home is sold.

Soleez will help you choose the best option

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