We now offer the Sunpower Lease.
- No out of pocket expenses
- Lock in a low rate for the life of the lease
- Eliminate the middle man! We handle the sale, install and start up.
- In our showroom, you can see your system on your house before you sign a contract
- Call for details…702-558-1500
Why Sunpower is Ahead of the Competitors
- Sunpower panels have efficiency ratings above 22%, producing more energy in the same space over the first 25 years over conventional panels
- Sunpower holds the WORLD record for most efficient solar module rating
- Sunpower technology produces 70% more lifetime energy with 70% fewer visible parts
- In the unlikely event any issues do come up, Sunpower covers the REPLACEMENT,SHIPPING, & INSTALLATION!!!!
NO OTHER SOLAR PROVIDERS MATCH THE SUNPOWER GUARANTEE!!!!
Commonly Asked Questions
How Does a Solar Lease Work?
With a solar lease you are renting your solar energy system. Similar to leasing a home, apartment or vehicle, someone else owns and maintains the equipment, and you pay a monthly fee to use it. SunPower solar leases run for 20 years. Depending on the lease terms, you may have the option to purchase the system at the end of your lease. Otherwise when your lease ends, you can choose to renew your lease for an additional term or request that the leasing company remove the panels. If you sell your home during your lease term, you generally have the option to purchase the system or transfer your lease to the new homebuyer.
Solar leases usually cost no money upfront1, so you may begin to see savings immediately compared to your previous utility bill. If you lease your solar system, depending where you live, you may not be able to receive any tax incentives or rebates that are available to buyers, however you may still benefit from these incentives, as leasing companies often factor tax incentives and rebates into their pricing in order to reduce the monthly lease payments.
Monthly lease payments are typically fixed so that they do not fluctuate based on solar system production or usage. Some leases, however, include an annual price escalator, which increases your monthly payments each year by a certain percentage. To help ensure customers have a good value proposition, many leases also include a performance guarantee, which compensates the homeowner should the system fail to produce within a certain pre-specified range of electricity every month.
Like other financial products, solar leases require homeowners to meet certain credit criteria in order to qualify. Typically, you must own and live in the property as your primary residence and have a minimum 650 FICO score. Leases also may not be available in all areas.
How Much Can I Save With Solar?
The financing option you choose, your local utility rates and your monthly electricity usage all determine how soon you’ll see a return on your investment. A solar consultant can calculate that for you in a free evaluation of your home, and you can also try out an online solar calculator such as SunPower’s Solar Savings Calculator or Google’s Project Sunroof. These tools allow you to enter in your address and get a savings estimate based on your electric bill and rates in your area.
The cost to install solar has dropped 60 percent in the last 10 years, making it affordable and accessible to more homeowners than ever before, whether through a solar purchase, lease or loan. You might be surprised to learn that it is a bright option for you today.