What Are My Solar Purchase Options?
It's all up to you, You have the Power!
When it comes to your electric bill, you should have options.
We’re here to provide you with information and suggestions so you can make the best decision possible.
You own the System
You own the solar system on your roof that generates free electricity for the lifetime of your solar panels, typically 25 years. With a direct purchase, the incentives and tax credits are yours.
Capital Purchase Agreement
– Own Solar System
– Generate Revenue
– Maximize ROI
– Unlimited Opportunities
Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)
Zero upfront costs
A power purchase agreement (PPA), or electricity power agreement, is a contract between two parties, one which generates electricity (the seller) and one which is looking to purchase electricity (the buyer). In this case our investor is the seller, owning the solar system on your roof and the buyer is who currently pays the electricity bills.
With a solar PPA you can expect 10-30% savings over the cost of your utility electricity bill.
– No Upfront Costs
– Stable Energy Rates
– Minimal Risk
– Simplified Approval Process
Solar Site Lease
Turn a traditionally money pit of a space into a new revenue stream
We represent investors who are leasing commercial rooftops and parking lots. We are looking for usable roof space and can provide years of lease payments upfront if desired.
If you are interested in a simple, low maintenance option for installing solar then leasing may be a good option for you.
– Zero Upfront Costs
– Save Money from Day One
– Positive Cash Flow
– Minimal Risk
Commercial Solar Loan
In the past, finance options have been unavailable for smaller commercial solar projects. Our commercial Solar Loan is excellent for small to medium-size businesses.
With 10-15-20 year loan options that can qualify for No Money Out Of Pocket, give businesses and building owners the opportunity to Go Solar and start saving money.
Equipment Finance Options
Solar Cents identifies structured funding solutions to generate positive cash flow through tax credits, SREC income, and reduced energy costs.