Making America First in Solar Energy

I highly doubt a business-savvy person such as President Trump says yes to solar tariffs, but I am not always right. We need to wait and see what will happen, but I believe instead of adding tariffs, first we need to drive down the soft costs of solar, otherwise adding tariffs will equate to putting "America Last". Why?

Member Spotlight: Energy Financing Hub

In any industry, there are multiple hurdles for entrepreneurs to jump through to get their businesses off the ground. The solar energy industry is no exception. That’s where Energy Financing Hub comes in, a one-stop shop for solar professionals and a Pasadena member company.

4 Questions You Must Ask Yourself to Reevaluate the Success of Your Engineering, Procurement and Construction Solar Business

As an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) solar company, it can be quite challenging to run a successful business while lowering costs and protecting your investments. The struggle to increase business volume while keeping overhead costs as low as possible is ongoing and stressful. And most EPC solar companies

Choosing a Solar Financing Company That’s Right for You

So you’ve done it. As a contractor, you’ve worked hard to build your solar business, done top-notch installs, offered impeccable service, established your reputation amongst your customers and created the momentum of referrals that will help grow your business for years to come.

How to Keep the Cost of Customer Acquisitions as Low as Possible

As a solar contractor, your business cannot survive without customers, more specifically, homeowners with a curiosity or actual plan to purchase a solar-based system for their homes. Question is, what can you do to get and keep customers efficiently?

The Nation’s First Energy Financing Platform is Here: Energy Financing Hub

Today’s booming solar industry has made the option of creating a solar home closer in reach for more homeowners than it has ever been. The cost of solar installation has decreased by 70% percent in the last 10 years, with government incentives and rebates enticing homeowners to “Go Green” and lower energy costs.

NEM 1.0 VS. NEM 2.0

Homeowners with solar panels should enroll in Net Energy Metering (NEM) rate options. Then, their utility company will deduct the exported energy to the grid at times when generation exceeds on-site demand from their bill, so they may even earn surplus credits.

What is the Solar loan?

Many homeowners who are interested in installing a solar power system for their houses are not aware of the available financing options. Some homeowners still think going solar is expensive, and they cannot afford it.

What is the solar lease program?

With a solar lease agreement, you don’t have to pay upfront cost of panels, inverters, mounting equipment, and installation. You pay a fixed monthly payment for the term of the lease to install solar panels and use the electricity they generate.