Lodi is an extremely sun-loved turf — averaging at 260 sunny days per year.1 But aside from taking advantage of all this sunlight to go cycling through Lodi Wine Country, mastering your freestyle stroke at Lodi Lake, or feasting your eyes at The Cosumnes River Preserve; with the help of Lodi solar companies like Sunrun, you can also harness it to pay less for your home energy.
According to recent data, residential electricity rates in Lodi are almost 40% higher vs. other states in the U.S.2 Yet, if you choose to go solar with Sunrun today, you’ll have the best tech and people by your side to offset your pricey utility bills for years to come.
If you’re wondering how to go solar in Lodi, at Sunrun, we offer several types of solar plans so you can lease, prepay, purchase or finance your Lodi solar panels — or solar battery storage system — with absolute confidence knowing you’ll save big with the sun.
Plus, thanks to California’s Net Energy Metering (NEM) policy allowing homeowners to obtain credits for the excess electricity their systems generate,3 you could see even bigger savings each month.
Since 2007, hundreds of thousands of Americans have chosen Sunrun to electrify their homes with clean, affordable, reliable energy. Helping them save hundreds of millions of dollars on their energy bills* and representing over 1 gigawatt (GW) of clean power resources.4 Welcome to the future of clean energy.
Brightbox is not just solar battery storage in Lodi. It’s a holistic service with a battery unit, charged by your panels, capable of keeping your devices running on solar in the event of an outage, or at nights. It also includes professional maintenance and monitoring; two actions which may prolong your battery’s life.
And because Brightbox optimizes your solar system usage, this comes in extra handy with California’s Time-of-Use (TOU) rates. Meaning, as utility prices increase during the day, Brightbox will use your stored power instead, and you’ll save money. Yes, the California Sun never sets with Brightbox.
Lease a new system for little to $0 down with BrightSave® Monthly, and enjoy the same dependable power as full ownership. But with the added benefits of a professionally managed and maintained system, and predictable rates for the next two decades. This plan is your new lease on savings.
Or, with BrightSave® Prepaid, get maximum savings and the worry-free benefits of a lease by making a simple, one-time upfront payment. With this plan, you’ll forget about monthly solar bills, rising energy costs, hidden fees, and surprise hikes on your electric bill. It comes with bumper-to-bumper coverage for the life of the system, too. So go prepaid and save big!
Generally speaking, you’ll cash in more savings over time if you purchase your solar system,5 and with BrightBuy™ and BrightAdvantage™, you’re able to pay for it upfront or for $0 down and low, fixed monthly payments.
Both plans make you eligible for full-ownership benefits: putting your name on the system and the savings for life while building equity in your home. Besides, you’ll also receive a 30% federal tax credit and the nation’s second-best solar property tax exemption.6 And, with solar payback times below 7 years in Lodi,7 along with systems designed to last 30+ years, you bet serious long-term savings will be yours for the taking.
Our solar advisors are ready to work on your complimentary quote. Doing nothing could cost you $36,000+ in electric bills over the next 25 to 30 years,8 but we’re almost sure you’d rather use those five figures on something more exciting. If time is (quite literally) money with solar, why wait any longer?
*Estimated savings based on a projected annual utility rate increase of 3.16% over the life of the system. Actual savings will vary. Savings depends on several factors, including product type, system production, geography, weather, shade, electricity usage, full utilization of the 30% solar Investment Tax Credit by the system owner, and utility rate structures and rate increases. Analysis based on customers who enrolled with Sunrun between October 15, 2014; and October 15, 2015.