Hot on the trail, Arizona is the only state where the residential solar market hasn’t slowed down, despite the relatively low utility rates.
Sunnova is proud to join forces with our local partners in Arizona to make worry-free solar energy service available to residents throughout the state. Join one of the largest solar movements in the world by getting a solar system in Arizona.
Arizona state’s renewable portfolio mandates that utilities are required to acquire 15 percent of their electricity from renewable resources by 2025 and 30 percent must come from home or business distributed generation. The incentives for solar energy include net-metering and state rebates via utilities and other enticements from Arizona state and municipalities, including personal, property and sales tax credits.
According to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, Arizona averages 5.6% higher in electricity costs than the national average. With excessively hot weather, no wonder this state is turning to solar energy to help improve electricity costs. Getting a solar energy system from Sunnova can help control energy costs that can peak during the summer months.
Net metering in Arizona is a public state policy that allows utility companies to pay solar customers surplus electricity back to grid. Check with your utility provider to see if you qualify for net metering.
In Arizona, Sunnova offers a variety of solar service plan options to fit your lifestyle. Get affordable, steady, low monthly payments and take advantage of the opportunity to reduce your energy costs for the next 25 years. Sunnova solar service plan comes with Sunnova Protect3, an industry-leading warranty, so you don’t need to worry about out-of-pocket expenses for maintenance and repairs.
1 Sunnova makes no guarantees regarding customer eligibility for tax benefits. Sunnova does not provide tax advice. Contact your personal tax advisor for eligibility.
2 Sunnova makes no guarantees regarding credit for net energy exported to the electric grid, and any credit provided (now or in the future) is within the sole discretion and control of the utility company.
3 Refer to the Limited Warranty in your agreement for complete warranty terms and limitations. Your solar system production will vary based on weather and other factors. Solar system’s cumulative production will be evaluated to validate annual production guarantee. Refer to your agreement for details. The service agreement can be transferred to the new homeowner. Sunnova’s approval required. Some restrictions apply.
Arizona License: ROC 297378
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