Lower Your Electric Bill With Solar Energy Panels

Installing a solar system will dramatically reduce your utility bill. The amount you save depends on the capacity of your solar system and your electricity usage. SunSolar will custom-design your solar system based on your current electricity usage so that your continued electrical use will fall to the lowest possible tier price (usually to tier 1 and tier 2).

Net metering

Net metering allows you to sell the electricity generated from your solar system that is not being used to the utility. The utility will credit you for the electricity you produce and deliver to the grid. As you often do not use all of the electricity you produce. The excess power your solar system generates will be automatically delivered to the grid. This will additionally reduce your electric bill as you will be selling electricity generated during the daylight hours which is sold for a higher rate than the electricity used at night.

Stop the Increase of Your Electricity Rates

Utility companies are dependent on fossil fuels such as oil, coal and natural gas. When their rates rise, the utilities increase their rates as well. Installing a SunSolar solar system can stop your own electricity bills from rising, insulating you from rising utility rates. You actually lock-in your electricity costs for years to come. Utility rates consistently rose 4% to 6% annually in the United States over the last decade. It is fairly likely that they will continue to rise. As they do, your savings from your solar system will grow every year.

Save money with SunSolar

No matter how you pay for your new SunSolar system, electricity generated from your solar system can cost less than electricity from the utility company. There are energy plans for you to start saving immediately. You can go solar for as little as $0 down or you can prepay for some or all of your electricity in advance. This will immediately lower your ongoing monthly payments. You can also finance your solar system and pay less for your loan than you were paying for your electricity. Over time, the cumulative savings are considerable.