Invest In Lifetimes Of Energy Equity
Going solar gives you long term investments with short & long term returns in your future. Short term net metering puts or keeps money in your pocket every month.
Solar panels are a considerable investment, no matter how you chop it up. You’ll be the envy of the neighborhood every time your neighbors get their monthly energy bills.
Solar panels & battery storage from Energy Initiative also add huge profit margins to your bottom line, should you choose to sell the improved upon real estate in the future.
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At the very least, solar saves money on your monthly power bill by offsetting the power you pay for, with the power your solar panels from Energy Initiative generate.
Enough applicable space for solar panels, panel angles & compass direction can allow for solar panels to not just offset your energy needs, but generate a monthly surplus.
Net Metered Billing is not the only way to make money from your solar power investment, but it is the most common way solar saves money every month.
Net Metered Billing is most common because a majority of solar energy consumers don’t have enough solar panels supply to fully offset their monthly energy demand.
Example : Your monthly power bill is a consistent $250. You invest in solar panels that generate $75 worth of energy every month. Reducing your Net Metered Bill to $175.
SOLAR & STORAGE ON ANY BUDGET
Energy Initiative has already taken the time to contract & negotiate the best possible prices for our customers, all that’s left is maximizing your budget.
Our team will work with you to maximize the efficiency of your wallet along with your new solar. Guiding you to the payment plan that’s best for suited for you.
Invest against tomorrow’s rising energy costs with solar panels & battery storage from Energy Initiative. It all starts with a free solar consultation.
Solar power systems are more accessible than ever, thanks to various financing options:
Solar Loans: Many banks and credit unions offer loans specifically for solar installations, making it easier to cover the upfront costs.
Leasing or Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs): You can lease solar panels or enter into a PPA, where you pay a fixed monthly fee for the electricity generated by the panels.
Going solar isn’t just about saving money; it’s also about making a positive impact on the environment. By choosing solar power, you: