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Reduce your carbon footprint

Solar panels help reduce your need for nonrenewable sources of energy. Which in turn lessens the excess carbon put out into the atmosphere as a result of powering your home. This carbon footprint reduction creates a domino effect which leads to cleaner air, slowed climate change, and a greener Earth.

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Why go solar in Arizona

The environmental benefits of Arizona solar

There are many benefits to using clean solar energy. Some of the most obvious ones include the many ways in which solar benefits our environment.

Nonrenewable sources of energy like fossil fuels take a lot of effort and energy to extract from the Earth. It takes even more energy and resources to convert these raw materials into something that our homes and cars can actually use. Then there’s the issue of getting these nonrenewable energy sources where they need to go.

Solar doesn't have that problem. After you have solar panels installed on your home, they will use the sunlight that is already freely available. This makes solar not only an environmentally friendly option but the logistically sensible one.

Then there’s the issue of air pollution. Fossil fuels create a lot of CO2 which is left to hang out in our air. Studies have shown that dirty air has a severe effect on our health as a country. Thousands of people nationwide have respiratory problems as a direct result of our dirty air.

Luckily, solar panels do not emit any excess CO2. They just provide you with clean energy while any unused sunlight just lights up your house and yard as it has always.

Lastly, there’s the issue of climate change. As we add more and more carbon to our planet it becomes harder and harder for the sun’s heat to escape the Earth’s atmosphere. Over generations, mankind has been making a thicker and thicker blanket of carbon which allows heat in but keeps it there.

Certainly, there are many big changes that governments and corporations can make help reduce our collective CO2 footprint, but we also need to think about what we can do as individuals to help the environment. After all, collective problems require collective solutions.

Solar panels can help us slowly slow the negative effects of climate change. It allows us to put less carbon into the atmosphere without slowing the flow of energy we need. These environmental benefits alone should get people interested in joining the Arizona solar movement.

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The financial benefits of Arizona solar

We understand that not everyone is passionate about the environmental benefits of going solar in Arizona, and that’s fine. There are many reasons why you should be interested in joining the Arizona solar power movement. The green benefits are just one aspect of that.

There are also financial reasons to consider going solar in Arizona.

First, there’s your electric bill. These bills are calculated based on how much electricity you use during that month. But the price is also partially dependent on the energy needs of others. For example, if it’s summertime, then most people want to run their air conditioners. This puts a greater demand on the utility company to produce enough energy for every home. So to make the entire process easier, they charge more for that energy. Some people will naturally turn their air conditioning off to save money while others will pay more and effectively fund those efforts to provide extra energy.

This isn’t so bad if you live in a state that has more moderate temperatures, but if you live in Arizona, you know that you need your air conditioning. AC isn’t a luxury for Arizona residents.


Residential solar solves this problem by taking some of the energy productions stress off of your utility company. This means you’re using less of their electricity when demand is high, but you still get to enjoy having the energy you need. That’s more electricity for less money, or in other words, more air conditioning for less.

Secondly, it’s possible that you might produce more electricity than you use. Depending on where you live, you might be able to send that excess electricity to your utility company who will then credit you for it. You can then use those credits later when you need to pull electricity from the grid.

These are just some of the financial benefits that come from going solar in Arizona.

Choose the right Arizona solar plan

With all of our solar plans, you’ll get a unique and customized system, a 20-year power output warranty on your solar panels, and a team of solar experts to walk you through the process. The only difference is how you decide to go solar in Arizona

*Warranty refers to solar panels. Refer to your customer agreement for all warranty terms and conditions. Plan availability varies by area and utility.

Going solar in Arizona

The Grand Canyon State is getting even sunnier with solar power. Installing solar panels on your home in Arizona has never been easier, or more affordable. It also means personalized local service with offices in Chandler, Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Tucson.

Local homeowners that are powering their home their way

“I'm here to tell you that we have Vivint Solar. It was an excellent crew that came out and installed the panels on our roof. And we've had it for about a year now and have really enjoyed having solar panels, and I would say that the savings has been wonderful.“
Connie H.
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“I am a customer of Vivint Solar. We had it put in about a year ago, and Paul Zaugg was our contact. He was so professional. He gave us every bit of information, and we have saved a ton of money with the solar. So we highly recommend it to anyone—and we're so grateful to be customers.”
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