Published on September 16th, 2013 | by Nicholas Brown30
SolarWorld Brings Solar Financing For US-Made Solar Panels To Hawaii
September 16th, 2013 by Nicholas Brown
This will be refreshing to many: SolarWorld, a company that is well known for producing solar modules, is now providing Hawaii with the option to enjoy its solar financing packages, and with the guarantee that the solar panels they get on their roofs will receive American-made solar panels!
This service, offered exclusively through Inter-Island Solar Supply, could be helpful to Hawaii, which has high electricity prices and abundant sunshine.
According to Business Green, SolarWorld provides complete photovoltaic systems with monitoring, installation, insurance, and maintenance for up to 20 years, through its network of installers.
Like SolarCity and Solar Universe, it provides solar panels with financing options to reduce the initial purchase costs (such as zero-down financing options, low down payments, and prepayment), so that you can offset a fraction of your monthly bill with solar panels and pay a lower monthly fee for electricity instead. This is done under the SolarWorld Freedom ™ Plan.
The Freedom Plan is now available in the states of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. It is to be expanded to additional American markets, such as Arizona and New York, in the coming months.
If interested, you can make inquiries through their website.
SolarWorld appears to welcome third parties to join their network of solar panel installers. If you would like to register to become a SolarWorld installer, you can do so on its website.
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Image Credit: Alternate Energy Hawaii.
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