KOTA Energy Group is a solar broker company that connects customers with top-rated solar installers and other solar professionals who provide a variety of solar services and products. The company has three locations — Camarillo, California (corporate headquarters); Las Vegas, Nevada; and Antelope Valley, California.
According to the company’s website, KOTA Energy Group works with several financing partners including Sunlight, Sunrun, Renew Financial, Loanpal, and more. KOTA Energy Group helps customers make a solar purchase, obtain a solar loan, or get a solar power purchase agreement (PPA). It appears that KOTA Energy Group focuses on four main areas including solar systems, battery storage systems, home automation systems, and roofing work.
According to the KOTA Energy Group website, the company offers several services including consultation, site assessment, electrical work, engineering, permit submission, finance approval, installation, net-metering application, utility inspection, city inspection coordination, permission to operate, and system turn-on. The company website also states that customers who purchase a solar system and those who obtain a solar loan will receive a 25-year product and power output warranty. Each solar energy system also comes with system monitoring.
Consumers who are currently researching this company should note that the information on the company’s main website is not that clear or detailed in comparison to other solar company websites.
Read on to learn more about the pros and cons of KOTA Energy Group’s solar services and products.
KOTA Energy Group gives potential customers the opportunity to request a custom quote via a consultation. In order to request this consultation, consumers simply need to visit the company’s website and fill out the custom quote request form.
This form asks for the consumer’s name, email address, cell phone number, and current address or zip code. Additionally, the form has a section where consumers can provide additional information that they think the company should know before the consultation is scheduled.
The company does not, however, provide information about its consultation process. Those who wish to learn more about this process should contact a company representative directly. Consumers can contact the company via phone or email — both of which can be easily located at the bottom of the company’s main website.
Although KOTA Energy Group is a solar broker company, it does provide the following services directly:
*In terms of installation, the company appears to contract with local, top-tier installers. KOTA Energy Group also provides assistance with a few different products (e.g. lithium batteries, solar panel, solar inverter, etc.) in addition to solar energy systems. The company's website states that customers can obtain solar battery storage systems, home automation systems, and roofing services.
By looking at the company's website, it is unclear what the process for these services are like and how the company provides these services; the homeowner may need to contact the company directly to get more information.
As mentioned above, KOTA Energy Group is partnered with several solar financing companies including LoanPal, Sunrun, Mosaic, Renew Financial, and more.
According to the company’s website, KOTA Energy Group consumers have the following three solar system buying options:
Again, it is unclear what the company’s solar financing process looks like in terms of what is on its website. However, consumers may be able to get this information by contacting a company representative.
Potential customers should note that the company’s website states that it will pay $100 if their after-solar energy bill is not lower than when the customer did not have solar.
Although KOTA Energy Group does appear to provide a variety of services, the company is still considered a solar broker, which can mean that the company does not offer solar panels, maintenance, and other solar product offerings directly.
The company also does not seem to provide financing options directly since it has a number of finance partner companies within its network.
KOTA Energy Group does seem to be lacking in terms of the amount and type of information it provides on its main website. After visiting the company’s website, consumers still won’t know the following information:
The information provided on the company’s website may confuse some consumers, especially since the company is a solar broker, not a direct provider. Potential customers should speak with a company representative directly to learn more about its processes and services.