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What Does
Solar Cost?

While electricity rates soar, the cost of solar energy has never been more affordable. And it’s so affordable to get started, too. In fact, most Syntrol customers qualify for $0 down with no out-of-pocket expenses.

With three solar financing plans, Syntrol will help you find the best way to enjoy solar savings.


Your Savings Can Start Today

Your solar savings start the day you sign your Solar Agreement. Syntrol will write you a rebate check for the difference between your current rate and your new Syntrol Rate from the date you sign until we activate your new solar system.


Solar Financing Options

Each of our solar financing plans provides the benefits of low-cost energy without the hassle of installation, monitoring, and repairs.

Request a free solar consultation today to learn more about your financing options and receive a personalized quote.

Syntrol PPA

A power purchase agreement (PPA) allows you to lock in a low kWh rate for the energy your system produces. The amount you pay each month will vary depending on your production. Best of all, you won’t pay any upfront costs.

Syntrol Lease

With Syntrol’s lease option, you could pay as little as $0 upfront. Then, simply pay a low, fixed amount each month.

Syntrol Own

Syntrol’s Own Program makes it possible to own your solar system at a lower monthly rate than your current utility provider.


Enjoy Total Peace of Mind

Whichever solar financing option you choose, you’ll receive a comprehensive coverage plan that includes:


Net Metering - Why You Should Act Now!

Net energy metering, or "NEM", is a special billing arrangement that provides credit to customers with solar PV systems for the full retail value of the electricity their system generates. Under NEM, the customer's electric meter keeps track of how much electricity is consumed by the customer, and how much excess electricity is generated by the system and sent back into the electric utility grid. Over a 12-month period, the customer has to pay only for the net amount of electricity used from the utility over-and-above the amount of electricity generated by their solar system (in addition to monthly customer transmission, distribution, and meter service charges they incur).

Why does this matter? Net Metering is set to end in or soon after February 2016. You will need to have your system installed before 5% of Californian's place Solar Panels on their roof. This is when the Net Metering Program will end. Contact us today and learn more.


A Tale of Two Rates

Electricity prices are on the rise. Over the last decade, U.S. residential electricity rates have risen by about 30%. Going solar with Syntrol can help you insulate yourself against these fluctuations.

For example, let’s say Bob pays his electric company $200 a month. If rates continue to increase as they have been, Bob will expect to pay around $116,000 over the next 25 years. If he goes solar with Syntrol, he’d pay no more than $47,500. If you were Bob, wouldn’t you go solar?

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FREE ENERGY ANALYSIS

Join the thousands of happy customers Syntrol Solar has helped to lower their electric bills. Get started by requesting a free consultation.

Fill out the form below to request your free solar quote and consultation. Please have your most recent energy bill ready so we can accurately predict your potential savings. We look forward to helping you save money on your energy bills!

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