Running the Numbers on Solar

Running the Numbers on Solar

The chart above shows the 25-year returns for an investment in solar whether you choose to purchase a system with cash or pay over time with a loan or lease. As you can see, the purchase option leads to the highest dollar-amount returns over time, but look a little closer. Taking a Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit (HELOC—the orange bars) and paying for the system over time means you’ll actually spend less of your own money over time, while reaping a big financial benefit in year 1.</p>[/vc_column_text]

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3 Comments

  1. Jessie L

    Your post was wvery helpful. Thanks

  2. The chart above shows the 25-year returns for an investment in solar whether you choose to purchase a system with cash or pay over time with a loan or lease. As you can see, the purchase option leads to the highest dollar-amount returns over time, but look a little closer. Taking a Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit (HELOC—the orange bars) and paying for the system over time means you’ll actually spend less of your own money over time, while reaping a big financial benefit in year 1.

  3. That was very well said.

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