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  • 1. Introduction to Solar Power
  • 2. Agenda• Benefits of Solar• How Solar Power Works• Next Steps in Going Solar• Your Customized Proposal• Solar on Your Roof
  • 3. Benefits of Solar
  • 4. Tax Credits and Rebates Lock in Utility Costs Protect the environment while increasing the value of your homeExclusive Program: $0 out-of-pocket!
  • 5. How Solar Works
  • 6. Solar Panels Turn Sunlightinto Electricity
  • 7. The more energy you use, the more the utility company willcharge you per kilowatt-hour 40¢/kWh 40¢/kWh 30¢/kWh 12¢/kWh 13¢/kWh Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 $45/mo $60/mo $125/mo $265/mo Data Source: PG&E
  • 8. Overall Energy Costs Are on the RiseTop tier utility rates have increased about 15% per year since 2005. $0.45 $0.40 $0.35 Tier 5 $0.30 Tier 4 $0.25 Tier 3 $0.20 Tier 2 $0.15 Tier 1 $0.10 $0.05 $0.00 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Data Source: PG&E
  • 9. How do you escape these climbing costs? 40¢/kWh 40¢/kWhSolar eliminates the use oftop tier energy levels. 30¢/kWh Solar Power 12¢/kWh 13¢/kWh Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 $45/mo $60/mo $125/mo $265/mo Data Source: PG&E
  • 10. Our SolarCity® PartnershipWhy We Chose SolarCity
  • 11. We Share a Common Vision• Energize our world with clean, affordable solar powerUnsurpassed Experience• #1 residential solar company in the US• Over 7,500 customers to date• Over 750 employee-ownersBest Installation Teams• On an average day, over 200 SolarCity employees install 1500 panels to help 45 new families go solar
  • 12. Full Service with the Highest Quality Standards• Employee installers• NABCEP certified supervisors• Highest quality – latest technology• Full-time customer support• Ongoing system monitoring
  • 13. SolarGuard™ System MonitoringSolarGuard Online Account• Tracks system production• Viewable from your iPhone, Blackberry or onlineMonitoring and Repair Service• SolarCity continually monitors the system• They will dispatch a repair crew if the system is not performing properly
  • 14. The CanopyTM Mounting System• Patented mounting systems • Fewer mounting points with integrated weather guards to• Black low-profile system blends protect your home elegantly with your roof• Airflow cools panels, improving output and durability EL P AN AR SOL F OO RR YOU
  • 15. Increasing Your Home’s Value
  • 16. Based on a study by the Appraisal Institute, each dollar you save annually on your bill provides 20 times that amount in equity– “……a solar electric system increases home value by $20,000 for each $1,000 in annual reduced costs. Often, a solar system can recover much more than 100% of its cost, and this percentage actually increases over time as energy rates rise.” (Copyright 2004, Andy Black of the American Solar Energy Society)Example: Old Electric Bill New Electric Bill Savings Per Month Annual Savings $300 - $100 = $200 x 12 = $2400 $2400 x 20 = $48,000 Increase in Value! http://learn.1bog.org/files/2009/03/black_home_value.pdf
  • 17. Savings grow every year as utility rates increase Old SolarElectric Lease Bill Payment Old Utility Bill New Utility Bill
  • 18. State Rebates Are Declining! We Are Here The more time that passes, the more expensive the systems become!Tracked By Number of Megawatts InstalledData Source (PG&E)
  • 19. SolarCity®Press Recognition
  • 20. “Refer a Friend” Program Receive $400 for each referral that “Go’s Green” We’ll even host a solar party at your home!
  • 21. Next Steps in the Process

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