Prepare for the Future Today with Solar and a Home Battery in New Hampshire
Surnun Lets You Create and Store Your Own Clean, Affordable Energy
New Hampshire residents hit by blackouts from 2008 to 2017.1
New Hampshire’s residential electricity rates vs. the national average.2
New Hampshire’s solar price drop over the last five years.3
Our country’s aging power grid is working overtime, and it’s unable to keep up with our increasing electricity demands.4 Fortunately, the costs of rooftop solar panels and solar battery systems have plummeted.3,5 It could now be more affordable than ever to team up with a New Hampshire solar company like Sunrun. When you choose to go solar, you can protect your home during outages, increase your control over electric bills, and reduce your carbon footprint for decades.
Why Choose Sunrun in New Hampshire?
As the leading residential solar and energy storage company in the U.S.,6 we work so you can power your life with clean, affordable, and outage-proof electricity—day and night. Discover which Sunrun solar plan, with or without a back-up power system in New Hampshire, is the ideal fit for your budget and energy needs.
How Would You Like to Experience More Energy Freedom?
Each Sunrun solar plan offers unique advantages. Whether you choose a solar lease or a purchase plan, with or without a battery storage system, you can rest easy knowing that we’re in this together. As one of the best solar installers in New Hampshire, we’ll work hard to ensure that you can benefit from your New Hampshire solar panel installation for decades. When possible, we’ll even take care of the paperwork for you.
Lease new Sunrun solar panels in New Hampshire with as little as $0 down. Lock in predictable monthly rates and stay covered with our industry-leading Sunrun Guarantee.
Full Amount Lease
Prepay for up to 25 years of New Hampshire solar power for home use at the best price. Our Sunrun Guarantee also backs it.
Own a home solar system in New Hampshire and you could build home value. You may qualify for the federal solar tax credit7* and a solar rebate,8 as well as a property tax exemption if you live in a New Hampshire city or town that currently offers it.9
Solar + Brightbox™
Add Brightbox, Sunrun’s battery storage service, to your solar installation in New Hampshire. This can help you keep your devices and appliances running during outages, cloudy days, rainy afternoons, or at night.
Power outages impacted more than 2.8 million New Hampshirites from 2008 to 2017.1
As extreme weather events continue to affect the East Coast, you can prepare for the unexpected with Sunrun’s Brightbox.
Brightbox can help you back up your entire home with a Tesla Powerwall, or you can back up just the rooms you need with an LG Chem solar battery.**
When the sun is out, Brightbox can store clean and affordable back-up power for later use.
Brightbox is the New Hampshire solar battery storage solution that puts you in control. It can turn on during an outage and will work to recharge until the grid's restored.
Unlike generators, Brightbox doesn’t run on fossil fuels, which produce carbon monoxide (CO) that’s dangerous for your health.10
You can monitor your New Hampshire solar energy production and storage daily with the online dashboard and mobile app.
All monthly plans include 24/7 proactive monitoring and maintenance to ensure your system works smoothly. This benefit sets Brightbox apart from the average solar battery in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Solar Incentives, Rebates, and Tax Credits***
Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)*
The 26% federal tax credit is available for purchased home solar systems installed by December 31, 2022.7
Residential Renewable Electrical Generation Rebate Program
Cash incentive for the purchase of a new solar panel system in New Hampshire. (Max. rebate level: $1,000)8
Local Renewable Energy Property Tax Exemption
Several New Hampshire municipalities offer a property tax exemption on the added home value from a solar panel system.9 (Solar tax exemption value varies by city or town)11
Find out If You Qualify for New Hampshire Solar Incentives
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Help Boost New Hampshire’s Clean Energy Efforts
State electricity generation that will come from renewable energy sources by 2025.12
Four out of five homes in New Hampshire get their heat from fossil fuels.13
Create and store your own clean energy in New Hampshire and you can reduce your dependence on toxic, dangerous fossil fuels. This will help build a modern and more resilient energy system that runs on renewable, local electricity. What’s more, Eversource, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC), Unitil, and other utilities offer net energy metering (NEM) programs. These NEM programs could let you earn credits on your utility bill for the excess solar power you produce and send to the grid.14,15,16 Net metering in New Hampshire may save you money on your future electricity bills.
Interested in learning more about our available solar and storage solutions for your home? Try out our Product Selector or request a free quote to get one-on-one service from our expert Solar Advisors. Together we can help New Hampshire play a stronger role in America’s clean energy revolution.
1. Eaton Blackout Tracker Annual Report
2. New Hampshire electricity prices
3. New Hampshire solar price drop
4. Power Grid News — The aging U.S. power grid is working overtime
5. U.S. battery storage systems price drop
6. Sunrun ranked as leading residential solar-plus-storage vendor
7. Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)
8. New Hampshire Residential Renewable Electrical Generation Rebate Program
9. New Hampshire Renewable Energy Property Tax Exemption
10. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) generator safety fact sheet
11. New Hampshire municipalities with solar property tax exemptions
12. New Hampshire Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)
13. Concord Monitor — NH remains reliant on heating oil, other fossil fuels to keep warm
14. New Hampshire Eversource net energy metering (NEM) program
15. New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) NEM program
16. New Hampshire Unitil NEM program
*We recommend contacting a tax professional to most accurately determine the impact of the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) on your federal taxes.
**One Tesla Powerwall stores 13.5 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of usable electricity, which can be used to back up the home for a day. An LG Chem solar battery holds 9.8 kWh, which can be used to back up essential parts of the home from 8 to 12 hours.
***Customer’s ability to monetize rebates, incentives, and tax credits depends on several factors, including, without limitation, continued state subsidization of these policies, the applicable Sunrun product type, and whether a customer purchases or leases a home solar system from Sunrun.