Choosy Power Solar Buying And Research Guide
Choosy Power Solar Buying And Research Guide
Choosy Power Solar Buying And Research Guide


In Home or Virtual Solar Solutions Consultation

In Home or Virtual Solar Solutions Consultation

The first step to enhancing your energy solutions is a no-cost consultation with one of our expert advisors. They will answer any questions and help determine the best solar solutions for your home or business including community solar availability, rooftop system size based on your monthly energy usage. Our advisors will also assist you with flexible enrollment and or installation options and quickly generate your contract.


Who Is Eligible?

Small Businesses
Corporations
Multi Family Properties Municipalities
Educational Institutions
Hospitals
Non-profits
Renters
Home Owners
Apartments and Condos
***Does Not Impact Your Current ESCO or REP Agreement

Small Businesses
Corporations
Multi Family Properties
Municipalities
Educational Institutions
Hospitals
Non-profits
Renters
Home Owners
Apartments and Condos
***Does Not Impact Your Current ESCO or REP Agreement

How to Sign Up

1. All you need is two minutes and a utility account.

2. Link your utility account which helps us maximize your savings based on how much energy you typically use.

3. Connect a payment method so solar credits can automatically be applied to your bill. 

Customer Portal Access

Once your contract is signed, you gain access to the Choosy Power Customer Portal. This portal provides a transparent view of the installation process and system performance, ensuring you are never left in the dark.

Site Audit

A licensed auditor will conduct a thorough inspection of your property, including your roof, attic, electrical panel, and utility meter. This ensures we have all the necessary information to design your new energy system.

System Design

We design your system and propose its placement, allowing you to review and provide feedback. Once approved, we obtain the necessary permits and schedule your installation.

Installation Day

On installation day, our team will efficiently set up your new energy system, usually within one to two days. We will coordinate with you beforehand to ensure smooth access to the necessary areas. After installation, we notify the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to inspect your system.

Final Inspection

Our team coordinates with local authorities to schedule the final inspection. An inspection technician and a city inspector will review your system to ensure it meets all regulations.

Permission to Operate (PTO)

Once approved by the utility, you'll receive Permission to Operate (PTO). We will guide you through the steps to activate your system, enabling you to start generating your own power.

25-Year Production Guarantee

Our partners ensure long-term protection with our unique 25-year production guarantee. Your system production is guaranteed and will produce the expected amount of power. If it underperforms or stops working, it will be fixed and you will be reimbursed for any lost energy.

Monitoring

At Choosy Power, we strive to deliver 5-star service, ensuring positive experiences for our customers nationwide. We provide peace of mind through system activation and beyond. Your energy systems will be monitored for 25 years. If any issues arise, they will be promptly addressed ensuring continuous performance and satisfaction.

Choosy Power Cost Of Going Solar
Choosy Power Cost Of Going Solar

The Cost of Going Solar


The Cost of Going Solar

The average cost for a solar panel system for a typical home in the U.S. ranges from $20,000 to $25,000 after the federal solar tax credit. Your system's cost will vary based on the type of solar panels, local incentive programs, and labor costs. To get an estimate for a system that can power your home, contact us and a solar consultant will use your average energy usage to determine the estimated cost and helps identify incentive programs to reduce installation costs.

State & Local Incentives

Your solar consultant will dive into Municipal, State, and or utility incentives programs that may apply to your project.

Federal Incentives

Federal Tax Incentives

This tax deduction is worth 30% of your solar panel system’s total cost, applied as a credit on your annual income taxes.

Business

PPA

Power Purchase Agreement
Power Purchase
Pay For The Power Used
Rate Per KwH
No Loans
Fixed Term
No Upfront Costs
Own Your Power

Purchase

Solar Financing
Multiple Term Options
Multiple Terms
Private Financing
Cash Payment
Personal

Lease

Fixed Montly Costs
No Loans
No Upfront Costs
Worry Free Maintenance
Worry Free

Frequently Asked Questions about Solar

Frequently Asked Questions about Solar


  • Are solar panels worth it?


    Solar panels can be financially beneficial and positively impact the environment. Our solar analysis tool can help you evaluate the cost and environmental benefits for your home.


  • How long do solar panels last?


    The average lifespan is 25-30 years, varying by type, brand, and environment. Learn more in our guide.


  • What are the best solar panels?


    Monocrystalline panels are a premium option known for efficiency and aesthetics. Polycrystalline panels are cheaper and also effective. See our side-by-side comparison.


  • How many solar panels do I need?


    The average system is about 11 kWh, requiring around 23 panels. The number varies based on energy needs, panel efficiency, and climate. A solar consultant can build out a number of array options and corresponding offset results for you to consider.


  • Are solar panels carbon neutral?


    The initial production has a carbon footprint, but after three years, panels become carbon neutral for the rest of their lifespan. Solar panels have a significantly lower carbon footprint compared to coal power.


  • Will solar panels save me money?


    Solar panels can reduce your utility bills by offsetting your energy consumption. If you produce enough energy, it can lead to substantial savings.

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