6 months of solar power, on us

Switch to a new low energy rate with solar and we'll give you a check at activation to cover your first six months.

A low, reliable rate when you need it most. Here's how it works:

Receive your free consultation
Our solar engineers will design a system customized for your home then conduct an exterior Home Assessment to verify that your home is ready for solar.
Enjoy a quick and simple process
We'll walk you through the solar process step-by-step, from initial plans through permits, paperwork, and installation.
Get six months’ worth of solar energy on us
At your system activation, you’ll get a check for six months’ worth of estimated solar production—just for switching to a new, low solar energy rate.

What can Vivint Solar do for you?

Immediate relief + long term benefits
Rates from traditional power supplied by local utility companies have proven to not only rise steadily but fluctuate unpredictably. Solar rates are predictable so you can take back control.
Solar often costs less than energy from your local utility and clean energy contributes to a healthier environment so going solar could help you save money and the planet.
Our team of solar experts are available seven days/week by chat, email, or call. And our online resources provide homeowners with access to their solar energy data and answers to their most frequently asked questions.
185,000+ Solar Homeowners
Join tens of thousands of homeowners across the nation and in neighborhoods like yours that have flipped the switch to solar energy savings. Don't take it from us, though, watch this short video of happy customers.

Commonly asked solar questions

How much does solar cost?

Potential savings can vary by household so your free consultation will provide more information specific to you. That’s why we custom design every solar energy system and base our design on things like:

  • Your historic utility usage
  • Your current utility rate
  • The size of your home and roof
  • The number of panels we install
  • The tilt of your roof
  • Any potential shading on your roof

Does Vivint Solar provide financing options?

Yes! But the options depend on where you live. In some markets, you can choose how you want to pay for your solar energy. In other markets, local laws or regulations only allow us to offer certain types of agreements. We offer four options for you:

To see the financial options you might qualify for, check out the coverage in your area.

How does solar work?

During the day your solar energy system produces electricity. That electricity can then be used to power your home. If your solar panels generate more electricity than your home needs, the remaining power can (depending on where you live) be sent to your local utility for a credit. This is called net metering. During the times when your panels aren’t producing as much solar energy, your home can still pull electricity from the utility company to power itself. If you have a solar battery, your excess solar energy will charge the battery so clean energy is available at times when you might otherwise need to pull from the grid.

For more information, check out How does solar power work?

Relief in a stressful time—get started for FREE today.

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