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Industry Leading Products

Click on each picture to view Summit Solar's Commercial Products. Panel type, inverter, mounting hardware and other products will vary based on the commercial property. Ex: Groundt Mount, Carport, Flat Roof, Etc.

Summit Solar Commercial Financing 

  • Summit Solar Corp has a 100% success rate in commercial financing, with a network of reputable financiers who are ready to fund your project.

  • This is important because not all solar projects find the backing they need.

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Lower Risk 

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More Choices

  • Summit Solar Corp evaluates your energy and financial goals then recommends the best option to meet your needs—without bias to any financing approach.

  • In contrast, some solar companies prefer their in-house financing because they take an equity stake.

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Seamless Experience

  • Summit's team of experts have long-standing relationships with solar investors, which helps facilitate a smoother financing process.

  • Solar financing can be complicated. Less experienced finance teams leave you open to added costs and delays.

Financing for Projects of all Size:

We’ve helped secure financing for large solar power plants, small family businesses and public projects. In fact, we provide access to Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for smaller systems that have historically been challenged to find a financier. In addition, Summit Solar Corp has deep expertise helping our customers use public financing, like Clean Renewable Energy Bonds (CREBs) and special government programs.
Want to find out which financing option is right for your organization?
  • How do home solar systems work?
    A photovoltaic (PV) solar energy system is composed of solar panels, racking for mounting the panels on the roof, electrical wiring, and an inverter. From sunrise to sunset, the solar panels generate direct current electricity (DC) which is sent to the inverter. The inverter converts the DC into alternating current (AC), the type of electricity required for household use. The AC power is delivered directly to your home.
  • How does shade affect a solar system’s performance?
    It’s important to minimize shading because solar panels operate at optimal output when their entire surface is fully exposed to direct sunlight. The system will still produce energy if it is shaded but its output will lessen. Summot Solar will evaluate your particular situation and provide solar options for you. You can also read whether your home is a good candidate for solar to help when making the decision whether going solar is right for you.
  • How long will a solar system last?
    Our systems are designed to have a useful life of 40 years or more.
  • How much will I save with a solar system?
    Your current monthly energy use and the size of your system will determine your actual savings amount. And with little or no startup costs*, systems can start paying for themselves immediately. Savings will vary based on several factors, including system size, performance, your household's average energy usage as well as any applicable solar credits, tax incentives, and current solar energy buyback (net metering) rates offered by your utility company. A detailed calculation of your potential return on investment (ROI) will be provided by Summit Solar during your solar evaluation. Get more information about what goes into calculating home solar panel system costs and other important solar energy questions to ask your installer.
  • Will a home solar system increase my property taxes?
    Having a solar system typically adds value to your home. In New York, solar is exmpeted from property tax being increased.
  • How much will a solar system for my home cost?
    Summit Solar has a wide variety of financing options, including some that don't require you to pay any upfront costs if you qualify. The cost of your solar system depends on several factors, including your current energy usage, your available amount of unshaded roof space, your local utility’s net metering policy, and other factors. Learn more about how to calculate solar costsand how many solar panels you may need to power your home.
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