Leverage your community’s buying power

We all know that if we can buy in larger quantities, we will get a better deal on things. Solar is no different. Until now there was no way an individual household could take advantage of these deep discounts. The AZ Community Solar bulk buying program enables homeowners to get up to 25% discounts on solar and other efficiency measures. The process is simple to get some more information, just fill out the form to the right and one of our staff will contact you with more details.

Solar was always something we thought about. Something that we knew we should do, but we really didn’t have exact numbers we needed to make an good decision. We just kept putting it off. With this program, it just made sense to take advantage of all our neighbors who were in the same boat as we were, so that we could all get a great deal on solar. It was really a good feeling to know we were going to save money every month, and that our little neighborhood would be a more attractive place to live.  We hadn’t really thought of the fact that so many of our neighbors were going to do the same and that all of us would wind up with extra money in our budget month to month that we could put money into improving our homes. It was just the right time to see what solar really meant to our budget and lifestyle.

-Joshua F. Phoenix, AZ 85014

We routinely hear from our customers that the day they get solar installed on their homes is one of the more exciting days of their lives. It might seem a little over the top for someone who hasn’t enjoyed that experience yet, but it’s true nonetheless. One of the big reasons is that there is just an inherent satisfaction in knowing that you are independent and self supporting.

“The use of solar energy has not been opened up because the oil industry does not own the sun.”
-Ralph Nader
American attorney, author, lecturer, political activist, and former candidate for President of the United States

You are going to pay tens of thousands of dollars to the for your electricity over the coming decades. The only question is: Are you going to set the prices or are you going to pay whatever the utility company wants to charge?