The Easiest Way to Go Solar
A hassle-free plan to enjoy solar without the cost of owning a system
Solar power and battery storage don’t have to come at a premium. With utility rates and blackouts on the rise, you deserve control and confidence over your electricity. That’s why Sunrun’s monthly solar lease plan offers predictable rates while providing clean, affordable, resilient energy with little to no upfront costs. It includes our industry-leading Sunrun Solar Guarantee for maximum peace of mind. You can also add a solar battery to get protection during blackouts.
The Benefits of a Monthly Solar Lease with Sunrun
Lock in Low Up-Front Costs
Expert Solar Support
For as little as $0 down, you can take advantage of customized clean energy, resilient backup power, and predictable rates with an affordable monthly plan.
We’re here for you every step of the way. From paperwork to permits, our experienced Solar Advisors can handle all aspects of your home solar system installation.
Sit back and soak up the sun. Our monthly solar lease includes free 24/7 system monitoring, maintenance, and insurance for up to 25 years.
Going solar doesn’t get simpler than this
Can I really go solar for little to $0 down?
Yes. Qualifying Sunrun customers can take control of their long-term electricity costs for as little as $0 down with BrightSave Monthly. The benefits of solar are rolled up into a low, predictable monthly rate for solar power that replaces all or some of the power you used to receive from the grid.
Is my home good for solar?
Figuring out if your home is good for solar relies on several factors, like where your house is located, the angle of your roof, roof shading, and how old your home is.
In order to understand if your home is suitable for solar, get in touch with one of our Solar Advisors. They’ll run a personalized analysis of your home with BrightPath™, our proprietary solar design technology. We’ll only recommend solar if it’s the right fit for your home energy needs.
What is the difference between a solar lease and PPA?
The difference between a solar lease and a solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is simple: With a solar lease, you pay a fixed monthly “rent” to use a home solar system. With a PPA, you pay a fixed price for the power the system produces.
How much can I expect to save when I go solar?
When you sign up for a free quote, our in-house Solar Advisors will work with you to determine how much you can expect to save on your monthly energy bill. This relies on factors like your utility, how much electricity you use and how much sunlight your home gets. We’ll only recommend solar if it’s the right fit for your home energy needs and profile.
How many solar panels will my home need?
Every household will need a different number of panels based on how much energy it uses, the climate in the area, and how much direct sunlight hits its roof. To learn more about these factors, click here.
We’ll figure out how much power a system will need to produce to power your home during your free consultation.