Our quick overview helps you understand your options and the pros and cons of various solar financing methods.
“Our church saved over 30% on its solar project, thanks to EnergySage. They encouraged and assisted us to get multiple quotes for our project and helped us to understand and compare our quotes; the result was a winning bid that was more than 1/3 lower than the initial proposal.”
TED LIVE, Arlington, MA church. Installed in Sept 2013View My Case Study View All Solar Case Studies
Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, also known as solar panels, convert sunlight into electricity. Smart, efficient, and practically maintenance-free, they’re a great solution for both residential and commercial properties.Learn more
There are many different ways to pay for a Solar PV system. The quotes your receive will likely offer more than one. Find out which one is right for you!Learn more
Incentives can help you significatntly reduce the total cost of your system (anywhere from 30%-50%) and thereby increase the return on your investment in your solar system.Learn More
EnergySage and WWF have partnered to help Americans lower their energy bills and protect the planet. Every time a home goes solar with EnergySage and WWF, EnergySage gives $250 or more to fund WWF's conservation efforts. You save money and WWF saves more wildlife.View Press Release
Joe LaRusso’s solar panels have been making a difference since 2011.
An average solar PV system will avoid more than 141 tons of carbon emissions over its lifetime. That is equal to planting 3,314 trees or taking 27 cars off the road. You can increase your impact exponentially by encouraging friends and family to support EnergySage and the WWF in their mission to stem climate change by going solar, too.
If you’d like to increase your impact, help us by spreading the word about this campaign to your friends and family. To get started, you can cut and paste the template below into your email. We’ve found that personalizing the email and including a definitive call to action improves its effectiveness. Feel free to edit the email to include details about why you care about conservation issues and to share your personal story.
Calls to action work better if you tell people why you care about solar, so dont’t be afraid to edit the email and share some of your personal story!
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A partnership between WWF and EnergySage is aimed at increasing solar adoption. The World Wildlife Foundation is a strong proponent of sustainability, especially solar power, as a way to reverse the effects of climate change. This partnership with EnergySage makes it easier for people to research and shop for the best deals on solar panel systems using the EnergySage Solar Marketplace. By helping people live more sustainably and take action against climate change, EnergySage and the WWF are working together to safeguard our natural world.
This is a cause that means a lot to me. I hope you’ll consider participating too. It’s a great way to help our environment while also saving money on your energy bills. Please visit the EnergySage/WWF page to learn more about how you can help, too.
Save money and save the planet.
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