The City of Fremont is an excellent place to save with solar energy! With approximately 260 sunny days per year,1 Fremont residents can easily partner with Fremont solar companies like Sunrun to harness all this sunlight and offset their residential electricity rates. Which according to recent data, the average cost is 30% higher vs. the national average.2
As the largest dedicated residential solar, storage and energy services provider in the United States, we’ll work hard to hear you say, “Sunrun is the solar company near me that helped reduce my pricey utility bills.” No gimmicks or high-pressure sales tactics. We truly love solar power and just want to make sure you get your share of the savings.
At Sunrun, we’ve got solar plans and products to fit almost any budget. So you’ll be able to lease, prepay, purchase or finance a new set of Fremont solar panels, or solar battery storage system, with absolute confidence; because we’ll create a custom-made solar panel installation for your unique energy needs to ensure you receive the most significant savings possible.
Plus, with California’s Net Metering (NEM) policy allowing homeowners to get bill credits for the excess kilowatt-hours (kWh) their solar installation produces,3 you could experience greater savings each month.
Since 2007, hundreds of thousands of Americans have chosen Sunrun to electrify their homes with clean, affordable, renewable energy. Helping them save hundreds of millions of dollars on their electric bills*, surpassing 1 gigawatt (GW) of deployed solar energy systems, and proving combating climate change does pay back.4
Brightbox is not just solar battery storage in Fremont. It’s a holistic service with a battery unit, charged by the panels of your roof, capable of keeping your devices running on solar in the event of an outage, or at nights. It also includes professional maintenance and monitoring for 25 years; two actions which may prolong your battery’s life.
In addition, since Brightbox lets you store energy when electricity rates are low and later use it when they increase, you’ll optimize your solar system usage and savings further, even with California’s Time-of-Use (TOU) rates. Welcome to the future of stored energy.
If you’re asking, “How to go solar in Fremont?” Many of our customers would recommend BrightSave® Monthly. With our most popular plan, you can lease a system for little to $0 down and enjoy the same dependable power as full ownership, with the added benefits of professional maintenance and monitoring, as well as predictable rates for 25 years.
Or if you’re all about maximizing your savings, you might be interested in BrightSave® Prepaid. Simply make a one-time upfront payment, and you’ll lock yourself to 25 years of power at a lower rate than your utility today. This plan comes with bumper-to-bumper coverage for the life of the solar panel system, too. It’s the worry-free benefits of a lease without monthly solar bills.
Generally speaking, you’ll cash in the biggest savings over time if you buy your solar system,5 and with BrightBuy™ or BrightAdvantage™, you can pay for your it upfront or for $0 and low, fixed monthly payments.
Regardless of the plan you choose, you’ll receive full ownership benefits: Owning the system and the savings, while building home equity, along with a 30% federal tax credit and the nation’s second-best solar property tax exemption.6
Besides, with solar payback times slightly above 6.5 years in Fremont,7 and systems designed to last 30 years or longer, you bet serious long-term savings will be yours for the taking.
During the next couple of decades, the average U.S. homeowner is expected to pay around $36,000 in energy costs,8 but we’re almost certain you’d rather use those five figures on something much more exciting. Our advisors and solar installers are ready to guide you every step of the way. Request your free, personalized quote today!
The Newark Center at Ohlone College has one of the largest solar power collection systems in Silicon Valley. The solar system provides about 45% of the campus's energy needs.Ohlone College Newark CenterFremont College
The city of Fremont is investing time and money to become a greener community. Solar projects are included in this initiative. So far they have completed 4 large municipal facilities.Fremont Solar Projects
Coyote Hills Regional Park sits along the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay. Sitting on 1,266 acres, there is plenty of room for biking, bird watching, jogging, and picnicking.Coyote Hills
Mission San Jose is located in Fremont and was the 14th Spanish California Mission. It is over 200 years old and holds some foundational relics of past California life.Mission San Jose