Affordable solar power is at the heart of the Green Collar Solar program?
We’re creating more good jobs with affordable solar power through the Green Collar Solar Program. Now, homes with smaller electric bills can realize significant savings with low-cost solar energy systems.
How does the Green Collar Solar program make solar affordable?
We’ve taken everything we’ve learned designing and installing solar panels to bring affordable solar power to market. We can install these low-cost systems on select, solar friendly homes.
How affordable is it ?
Homeowners with no upfront money and electric bills from $75-$150 can reduce pollution while saving money with solar power.
This is not a lease.
With available $0 down payment solar financing you can own your Green Collar Solar power system.
No appointment with a salesperson is required to get a free estimate?
Just call (760) 230-2220 and we will provide you with a detailed free estimate based on your home and electric bill.
The Green Collar Solar program was created by San Diego County Solar and is not available through other solar installation companies at this time.
Lower solar cost is the foundation of the Green Collar Solar℠ program?
Lower solar cost will help the Green Collar Solar℠ Program create jobs. We are expanding the market for solar energy with low-cost systems for homes with smaller electric bills.
How does it work?
We find homes with good solar energy potential and offer them low-cost solar energy installation.
How low is the cost?
Low enough so people with electric bills from $75-$150 can save money with solar energy.
Is this a lease?
NO, this is not a lease. With Green Collar Solar℠ you will own your system, whether you write a check or go with $0 down solar financing.
Do I need an in-home appointment with a salesperson to get an estimate?
NO, simply call (760) 230-2220 and we will give you a free estimate based on your home and electric bill.
Is Green Collar Solar℠ an installation company?
NO, it is a program created by San Diego County Solar and is currently offered only by San Diego County Solar.
How do solar panels make power?
This Department of Energy video explains how silicon solar cells convert sunlight to electricity. The same technology used today was first developed by Bell Labs in the 1950’s, and while solar cells and other PV components have been refined, the basic technology has not changed.