for a brilliant future...
Decentralization of the electricity supply chain is growing exponentially — and the Residential Solar Energy niche is at the forefront of this exploding trend of unprecedented heights. Moreover, you can now maximize your clean energy footprint for a fraction of your monthly utility bill. How?
Solar costs have decreased 70% in the last 12 years.
Federal and local tax incentives and rebates could share almost a third of the costs of a solar system.
Solar loans are now cheaper and more flexible than ever before.
No cost installation programs allow for a $0 up front cost solar investment.
State and local authorities are legislating to reduce their carbon footprint and move to cleaner, more sustainable and renewable energy solutions.
A National Brand with Local Service
Our solar systems are backed by , the fastest growing national brand in the residential solar market and installed by broad network of the best solar installers in the industry. We will customize your solar system according to your usage, regional weather patterns, the highest quality building materials and following the latest city code of ordinances.
The Highest Quality Premium Products and Services
INCREASE HOME VALUE
Homes with solar systems sell twice as fast as those without, for as much a $3 to $6 more per watt.
A typical solar system could save you an average of
$26,000 over it's lifetime.
SOLAR EDUCATION SERIES
A great deal of responsibility for learning the truths and myths of the solar industry falls on the ones that have less knowledge, homeowners. What's true and what's not? Who can you trust? Through our partnership with , SunBright Networks aims to help you answer the most common questions to determine if a solar investment is the right choice for you.
Check out our latest Homeowner Education Series, hosted by the Powur CEO, Johnathan Budd, where he walks us through the process of a typical residential rooftop solar installation.
DEBUNKED RUMORS ABOUT SOLAR
Now that you know how solar works, here are some of the most common concerns and misconceptions homeowners and the general public have about the solar industry.