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Enjoy Best-in-class Service And Warranties When You Go Solar With iPower Energy

Enjoy Best-in-class Service And Warranties When You Go Solar With iPower Energy

Store Your Extra Solar Energy 

Power important household appliances, day or night, when the grid goes down

$129.00 /mo

As low as

With an Estimated monthly savings (of as much as 60%)

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Solar Installation

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Solar Battery

Storage

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Solar Power Pro + Solar Power Retrofit

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25-Year Solar Panel

Warranty

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Guaranteed Solar Panel Performance

Solar Power Pro PLUS

iPower Energy's Solar Power Pro PLUS comes with all of the value you'll find in our Solar Power Pro and Solar Power Retrofit plans including a SolarEdge Home battery, turning your home into your very own smart energy power plant. Harvest more energy from your solar panels and store more energy in your battery to power appliances, EVs, and provide critical backup during outages. A SolarEdge home battery lowers your energy expenses, dependency on the grid, and your home’s carbon footprint.

Lights stay on when the grid goes out

Save Month-Over-Month

When you pair your solar installation with a battery system you avoid expensive time-of-use rates from your utility, saving you even more in electricity costs.

More Power To You

Provide your home with a greater level of energy security with a solar home battery. Power important appliances, like air conditioners and washers & dryers, when the grid goes down. 

Energy Arbitrage

Charge your battery with your solar panel energy when electricity rates are low and draw power from your solar battery during the night or peak hours when the utility company charges higher rates.

Higher Real Estate Value

When you install solar panels along with a solar battery backed by a Pearl Solar Certification you capture the real value of your solar investment. 

BATTERY

storage

Pair your solar panels with a solar battery and live uninterrupted

  • Keep important home appliances running in an outage on just one battery

  • Speed up your ROI payback by sending more energy back to the grid

  • Use your battery stored energy during peak periods when the TOU (Time of Use) rates are at their highest

A Smarter Solar Installation For Your Home

iPower Energy's Solar Power Pro Plus program is a smart home energy system that includes a solar battery, a future proof SolarEdge Energy Hub inverter, a performance guarantee, and realtor and appraiser certification documents that will help you capture the true value of your solar installation and property.

One of our Solar Energy Consultants will work with you to design a custom solar panel system and plan a solar installation for your home that saves you money and improves your property value.

Performance Guarantee

We like to make sure that your system is performing with no errors. If we miss an alert/error and don’t identify it within 30 days we will pay for actual lost production for the time it took us to identify the issue

Solar Battery Storage

Partial or full-home backup when and where you need it. Backup more switches, sockets, and heavy appliances in an outage with up to 30% more power than any other battery.

Next Generation Inverter

With a future proof design and built-in intelligence and automation you can centrally control your entire solar energy system. From battery backup to car charging.

High-Performance Certification

A Pearl Solar certification gives you financial gains. Your home will be worth up to 5% more than comparable properties, out performing other homes on your block.

Get More Out Of Your Solar Installation System

Make A Smart Investment For Your Home

Get more from your home's solar energy system with a home solar & battery platform:
 

  • Power your home with more clean energy and rely less on the grid
     

  • Avoid high utility TOU (Time of Use) charges by running your home on energy stored in your battery during peak demand hours
     

  • Increase your solar production, savings, and energy independence by adding additional batteries

Get More Power When You Need It The Most

Backup more of your home for longer in an outage and run on more sun all year by adding a battery:

  • Power more large appliances for longer periods of time in an outage, thanks to DC-coupled technology 
     

  • Add multiple SolarEdge Home Batteries for even more power
     

  • Stay in control with the handheld ability to adjust battery reserve levels in real-time, anytime. 
     

  • Relax with Weather Guard, a feature that sends alerts and automatically charges your battery before a storm hits

The Power Is In Your Hands

Keeping track of your energy production and consumption is easy:

 

  • Control your grid usage and avoid any true-up bill shocks
     

  • Stay prepared — always make sure your battery levels are
    where you want them to be

     

  • Schedule battery usage when the utility company charges higher rates 
     

  • Manage a growing list of features, including other 
    smart energy add-ons

Get Ready For Battery Storage!

Why Solar Power PLUS?


The new and improved 30% Investment Tax Credit or Federal Solar Tax Credit also applies to solar panel systems paired with solar batteries and remains at 30% through 2032.

Use energy arbitrage to charge and store energy when grid electricity prices are cheapest and then use your stored energy for power when grid electricity prices are highest.

Add a total of three SolarEdge Home Batteries per inverter.

Become less reliant on the electric grid and get more savings on electricity bills.

Simultaneously charge your solar battery AND send energy to the grid for credits.

Get Started With

Solar Power Pro PLUS

For a solar panel system plus solar battery storage for power outage protection and increased energy independence.

As low as

$129.00 /mo

With an Estimated monthly savings (of as much as 60%)

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Find The Right Solar Plan For Your Home

Solar Power Service

For a solar panel service plan that offers predictable monthly savings and a full inclusive solar service experience 

$69.00 /mo

As low as

With an Estimated monthly savings (of as much as 60%)

$0 DOWN

Tier 1 Solar Panels 390W-440W

Award Winning Inverter

  • Daily Solar Monitoring

  • Power Performance Guarantee

  • Maintaenance & Repairs Included 

Solar Power Pro

For a solar panel system that improves property value, complete with professional realtor and appraiser documentation

$89.00 /mo

As low as

With an Investment Tax Credit (30% of system cost)

$0 DOWN

Tier 1 Solar Panels 440W

Award Winning Inverter

  • Monthly Solar Health Check

  • Pearl Solar Certification

  • Power Performance Guarantee

Solar Power Retrofit

For a solar panel system retrofitted for future battery-storage, EV charging, and smart devices in one solution.

$109.00 /mo

As low as

With an Investment Tax Credit (30% of system cost)

$0 DOWN

Tier 1 Solar Panels 440W

Home Hub Energy Inverter

  • Monthly Solar Health Check

  • Pearl Solar Certification

  • Power Performance Guarantee

  • About Solar: Does the government help pay for solar with grants or "free solar"?
    Be wary of ads that say "free anything". There are unfortunately lots of advertising claims out there about "free solar", "no-cost solar", or similar claims. The truth is that solar does cost money, but lots of things reduce that cost and make it very affordable. Federal Tax Credit Yes, the government does help reduce the cost of your solar. No, they don't give away entire solar arrays for free. The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is a federal income tax credit. Currently it's set at 30% of the total cost. The way this incentive works is based on the total price you pay for solar, and how much you pay in taxes, so it's different for everyone. Financing You do have the option to pay the full cash price for solar if you want. But loan rates are great right now across the board. Lenders such as Goodleap, Sunlight Financial, Dividend, and Mosaic are excellent options to finance your solar array. You may have the option to pay nothing upfront (you might see "no out of pocket" ads) and have your payments be equal or less than current electricity bills (hence "zero cost" ads). When the loan is eventually paid off, you've got free electricity - or as close as you can get to it.
  • Solar Installation - How long does the install take?
    Not long at all! The solar installation itself, where our install team comes and puts the panels on the roof, only takes one or two days. The process from signing a contract to having the system turned on takes a little longer than that, but we are proud to be in the top 5% of the country for our speed to completion (confirmed by multiple industry sources). The longest wait times during the project are generally due to permitting departments at your local city or municipality, or inspectors from the city or the utility. You will get updates from our project team regularly throughout the process, so you never have to wonder what's going on.
  • About Solar: Can I add on to my existing solar system with more panels?
    It depends on the type of inverter system, the roof space & structure, and the utility, among other factors. Inverter Constraints Inverters are built to handle a specific amount of power from solar panels. With SolarEdge or similar central/string inverters, the main unit will be rated in kilowatts (kW) and the number of solar panels that can be attached is capped by that number. For example, a 6 kW inverter (6000 watts) could handle a total of 20 panels rated at 300 watts each. If your panels are 320 watts, that same inverter could only have 18 attached. If you wanted to add more, you'd need to buy a whole new inverter unit. If your system uses Enphase or other microinverters, each panel has its own inverter unit attached. This means that, in theory, more panels can be added to a system more easily because they aren't constrained by the upper limit of a single primary unit. However there may be other electrical system or design constraints. Roof Space & Structure If you're lucky enough to live under a big roof without a lot of people underneath, you might be able to fit more panels than your home would ever need. But every roof is different, and there are many building codes that solar arrays must conform to. The installer can't just go sticking panels willy-nilly at odd angles to squeeze a few more up there. Every array has to be designed and installed carefully, and considerations for weight/structural stability, internal wire runs, and aesthetics are all key parts of a good solar installer's job.
  • Does Solar Work On Cloudy Days?
    Solar panels work best when they are soaking up direct sunlight. But you don't have to worry about the solar working every minute of every day. The excess energy generated by your panels during sunny hours will offset energy that you use at night and other times when your system isn't operating at full capacity.
  • Do I Need To Clean My Solar Panels?
    While solar panels require little to no maintenance it is recommended to clean your panels at least once a year. With smog, dust, or dirt, you may see a dip in your production over time that can be remedied by cleaning your panels.
  • Why do I have to connect to the grid if I have solar panels on my roof?
    Even if you go solar, you may not always have enough power for your home. A solar-panel system, for example, doesn’t generate electricity at night, when the sun is down. During that time, you’ll need the grid to supplement your renewable system.
  • About Solar: Does solar have to go on my roof?
    Solar can be installed just about anywhere! The benefit of using the roof of your home is that the existing structure provides support for the array. If you want to put solar somewhere else in your backyard or on your property, you can do that too. But it will need some additional materials to make the project work. Here are some ideas: Ground Mounted Solar Arrays It is common to see utility-scale ground-mounted solar farms in wide-open pastures or broad stretches of desert. These often have a sun-tracking system to achieve maximum production. For residential applications, most ground-mounts are fixed structures. The solar panels can be set to any angle, which means they can achieve slightly higher efficiency than when set to the same angle as a roof slope. The downside is twofold: you need a large enough piece of property that you will lose access to, and the cost is higher because of the jungle-gym-like support structure and running wires underground to reach your main electric panel (a.k.a. "trenching"). Awning or Pergola A more attractive approach favored by some homeowners is setting up an awning, pergola, or covered patio that the solar sits atop. Again, you need a piece of property large enough, but you no longer lose access - instead, you have a nice shady spot to enjoy a summer barbecue. Costs can be slightly higher, but a bump in property value may follow too. Solar Shed The most utilitarian dual-purpose application is a "solar shed" or accessory unit. If you need more storage space, this is a great option because you can put a solar power plant right on top. Sheds will need to be well-built, with construction materials sturdy enough to support the solar array. As mentioned above, solar on the roof is generally the most cost-effective and straightforward approach, and the array will protect the shingles underneath from the elements. But we hope you find these alternatives intriguing!
  • How WIll Solar Impact the Resale Value of My Home?
    Buying a solar energy system will likely increase your home’s value. A recent study found that solar panels are viewed as home improvement upgrades, just like a renovated kitchen or adding a swimming pool, and home buyers across the country have been willing to pay a premium of about $15,000 for a home with an average-sized solar array. Additionally, there is evidence homes with solar panels sell faster than those without. In 2008, California homes with energy efficient features and PV were found to sell faster than homes that consume more energy. Keep in mind, these studies focused on homeowner-owned solar systems.
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