This is no garden-variety energy for The Garden State

Find out how easy it is to go solar in New Jersey and save on electric bills.

Liberate yourself from the utility company...

and prosper thanks to lower electricity bills. New Jersey is second only to California in number of home solar installations. That's because people here pay a lot for power, and New Jersey supports solar with a solar renewable energy certificate (SREC) program where homeowners can sell credits earned by their solar system.

Policies & Incentives

New Jersey has one of the most aggressive Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) in the United States. Electricity providers must get 22.5% of their electricity from renewable sources by 2021. In addition, they must also get a significant portion from solar power (at least 2,518 gigawatt-hours by 2021).

The state also has a great program for solar incentives. Learn more about New Jersey's SREC program.

NJ Utility Rates

Homeowners are already paying more than the national average, and utility companies can raise its rates at any time. Check if Sunrun is available in your New Jersey utility.

New Jersey Installers

Sunrun partners city-by-city in New Jersey to keep jobs local. When you go with Sunrun, you’re not just hiring us, you’re hiring your neighbors, too.  Find out about our New Jersey installer partners

Real people really happy about real big savings.

"We have as many energy efficient lightbulbs as we possibly can, and still our electric bill is pretty high. Sunrun is a great option for a young couple because it really does help you to save money."

Michael M and Kristin C, West Orange , New Jersey
Customer since 2012

How Sunrun works

We offer a guaranteed rate for your electricity.

  1. We buy the system and have it installed on your roof.
  2. You pay a low monthly fee for your electricity
  3. It generates power for you – with rates that are locked in.

Giving the sun a nice place to shine.

Cleaner air, less CO2 and never having to hear your kids ask, “Aww Mom and Dad, why’d you jack our planet?"