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Your savings are waiting when you go solar in Tulare County, CA

Life in Tulare County is all about the great outdoors. From the sprawling national parks to the pristine lakes, a day out in Tulare County is day spent under the sun. As a company specializing in solar panel installation, it’s really no wonder we love the area so much.

That’s because Tulare County and solar power are such a perfect fit. And with an average of 270 days of sunshine every year, residents of Tulare County could save some serious money by switching to solar.1

Sustainable savings made simple

Solar means two things: Savings and sustainability. Tulare County has the sun to make solar panels a cost-effective investment. But equally important, solar means protecting and preserving the natural beauty of the area. That’s why we make it as easy as possible to make the switch to solar.

The sun never sets with Sunrun Brightbox™

Sure, Tulare’s got plenty of sunshine. But what happens in the evenings, when the sun goes down, and electricity rates begin to creep up? That’s where Sunrun Brightbox enters the picture. Brightbox is our premier battery storage technology, capable of giving you greater control over your savings, and acting as a backup source of energy during an emergency.

When your panels generate excess solar energy, Brightbox™ is able to store some of that for later, limiting your reliance on the grid at night. Best of all, if your power ever goes out entirely, Brightbox is powerful enough to keep your lights lit, your fridge cold, or your devices fully charged. Welcome to the future.

Solar for $0 down and no strings attached

One of the easiest ways to go solar is by leasing panels, and you can often do so with $0 down. With our BrightSave™ Monthly plan, we’ll customize a system to your unique needs. We’ll also handle installation, and even provide monitoring and maintenance for the next 20 years. In return, you pay a low monthly fee for the cost of the power your panels produce.

If you want to skip the monthly payment and maximize your savings, our BrightSave™ Prepaid plan allows you to make an upfront payment and purchase 20 years of electricity at today’s rates, all while receiving bumper to bumper protection on your system.

Savings for the next 30 years

There’s a certain appeal to owning panels of your own, we get it. With our BrightBuy™ plan, you make an upfront payment to cover the cost of your equipment. We’ll still design your system to your unique needs, and handle installation, too. If you want to spread that cost out, our BrightAdvantage™ plan provides you with a solar loan, including fixed monthly payments and no hidden costs.

Best of all, ownership offers you an opportunity to pad your wallet with a tax credit worth up to 30% of the cost of your system, and solar savings designed to last decades.

Start controlling costs today

Next time you’re outside taking in all that beautiful Tulare County nature, take a look up at the roof and think how good it might look with a fresh set of solar panels. For a free quote call (559) 754-3207.

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2. 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% federal solar 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.