Residential

Installing Solar is easy. Deciding how you want to go solar is another story.

We’ll work with you to find the option that works best for your goals.

Cash Purchase

Maximize your financial returns with a cash purchase. Federal and local incentives will reduce the overall project cost, and then monthly energy savings typically turn residential projects positive in 5-7 years.

You own the system

You receive ALL the benefits including:

30% Federal Tax Credit
SREC Proceeds (NJ)
Personal Tax Credit (NY)
Property Tax Abatement (NYC)
5 Year EcoMen Solar Warranty
Cell Based Monitoring

Cash solutions yield the greatest long-term financial rewards, and typically pay back in 5-7 years.

Solar Loan Purchase

Own with $0 out of pocket. Take advantage of new Solar Loan Products. State, Federal, and Local incentives will kick in to keep you positive from day 1. Solar Loans are now more popular than Leases!

You own the system

You receive ALL the benefits including:

30% Federal Tax Credit
SREC Proceeds (NJ)
Personal Tax Credit (NY)
Property Tax Abatement (NYC)
5 Year EcoMen Solar Warranty
Cell Based Monitoring

We offer many solar-friendly loan options to help you go solar and be cashflow positive in the first year!

Solar Lease

With a Solar Lease, you pay NO money out of pocket and receive immediate savings. Save up to 30% on your electric rates immediately. EcoMen Solar proudly offers SunPower solar leases, using American-made technology.

SunPower owns, monitors and maintains the system

Receive cheaper electricity and save on day 1
Insured and monitored by SunPower
20 year production guarantee from SunPower
The industry’s very best consumer solar modules

EcoMen Solar is proud to be a SunPower dealer.

Enjoy worry-free operation!

Which option is better?

The following chart shows the forecasted cumulative savings patterns for a solar home in NJ for Cash, Loan, and Lease arrangements.

Things to note:

1. The Cash option (blue) starts off at $-30,000 due to the initial investment.
2. The Cash option (blue) goes positive almost at year 5.
3. The Loan option (orange) is positive even in year 1 and beats Cash and Lease up through year 9, when Cash overtakes it.
4. The Lease option (grey) is positive in year 1, but always lags behind the Loan option, and is overtaken by the Cash option by year 6.