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Leasing solar panels

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7:50 am
December 1, 2012


John Symond

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“…with a leasing model, a homeowner can lease a system with little or no money down, and cut his electric bill while allowing the sun to produce his electrons. The leasing company takes care of pretty much everything; It covers the materials, panels, the installation, the inverters, the insurance, even cleaning and maintenance. Today, the three biggest companies in this leasing market — SunRun, SolarCity, and Sungevity — are insanely busy installing thousands of new solar power systems across the United States. In fact, last year solar leasing accounted for about 60% of residential installations in California, the hottest solar market in the U.S."

Jeff Siegel, Energy and Capital Newsletter (USA)

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