Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place. With 4,000 homes in Wisconsin already powered by solar,1 now’s your chance to pioneer clean and affordable energy across the Badger State. Ready to join their ranks? We’ve broken down our Wisconsin solar financing options so you can decide which path to solar works best for you.
The price of solar energy has dropped by 64% in the last five years2 while Wisconsin has some of the highest electricity rates in the region,3 which means going solar in Wisconsin is more affordable than ever. Our BrightBuy™ solar option helps make the path to ownership easy and stress-free. Our solar systems are some of the highest quality available, and last 25-40 years to maximize long-term savings.
Owning your own solar system means that tax credits like the federal solar tax credit4 and property tax exemptions5 directly to you. It can also build equity in your home—research shows that solar increases home equity by an average of $15,000.6
Want the benefits of ownership without the upfront cost? Our BrightAdvantage™ solar plan has all the perks of BrightBuy plus the flexibility of a loan. You could enjoy low, fixed monthly payments at competitive rates and no upfront costs. Paying less while saving more? That’s something we can all get behind.
Both BrightBuy and BrightAdvantage let you enjoy clean, reliable energy on your own terms. Backed by high-quality workmanship and manufacturer warranties, our solar systems are tailored to meet the needs of your home and lifestyle. We’ll also take care of any paperwork, permits, and handle all aspects of installation. No hidden fees, no surprise hikes on your electric bill, just solar savings made simple.
Customers have already saved over $150 MM7 with Sunrun. When you’re partnering with a company backed by 20+ years of residential solar experience, you know you’re in good hands. See why over 130,000 customers have already made the choice to go solar with Sunrun and get a free quote today.
7. “Based on Sunrun’s monthly/prepaid lease customers using (i) estimated pre-solar utility bills minus (ii) estimated post-solar utility bills and any annualized Sunrun payments.”