Households in Southeastern Pennsylvania Now Accessible to SolarCity’s MyPower

published: 2015-03-13 10:50 | editor: | category: News

SolarCity this week introduced the most affordable solar power offering in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The company will offer its unique MyPower solar loan in the state for the first time, and is also rolling out a new power purchase agreement (PPA) option. Both make it possible for many homeowners in the area to install solar with no upfront cost and pay, on average, 15 – 20% less for solar than they currently pay for utility power.

In the beginning, SolarCity will make its new offerings available to customers of the utility PECO in Southeastern Pennsylvania—including the metropolitan area surrounding Philadelphia—and hopes to expand its service area further later this year. SolarCity is also currently scouting for a local operations center in Southeastern Pennsylvania and has begun to post new Pennsylvania job openings on its website.

MyPower allows homeowners to install solar with no upfront cost, repay their solar loan gradually based on the solar panels’ electricity production, and also maintain ownership of the system. Customers who prefer to simply pay for the power the system produces can do so through the PPA option. Both options can allow many homeowners to pay significantly less for solar than they save on utility bills to create ongoing savings every month. 

SolarCity also serves businesses, government organizations and homebuilders in Pennsylvania, and has already built hundreds of projects. Details can be checked on the website //www.solarcity.com/residential/states/pennsylvania-solar

announcements add announcements     mail print
Share