Our World Energy has the mission to empower people to do more. Through its client-centric approach, Our World Energy provides cleaner, less expensive energy to families. Its goal is to lead our communities to a completely sustainable planet.
Our World Energy provides its customers with a 25-year power production warranty to ensure maximum savings. The company's lease partners guarantee that you’ll never overpay for your power. If your system doesn’t generate the energy that is estimated, you will be paid the difference to compensate for your bill.
Our World Energy solar systems are covered with a 25-year workmanship warranty, as well as the panel’s 25-year performance warranty. For the solar industry, these warranties are some of the longest and strongest terms you will find.
Our World Energy has reviews that back up what the company has to offer as far as good customer support and service. Our World Energy’s reputation of having representatives that are responsive, knowledgeable, and detail-oriented is important when looking to commit to a solar company.
Our World Energy looks to be a newer company. Its website states that it has funding and service areas around the United States. It looks as if some pieces of the company’s backstory need to be filled in for the customer to understand how secure this company is. This could simply be the case of a small solar company being bought by a larger company. If so, the customer may feel more comfortable with some of those details disclosed.
Our World Energy explains in detail why we should all want to go solar. What the company lacks is explaining what actual products the company is using to put customers on the solar grid. Which types of panels a company uses is crucial in deciding if you want to use its services or go with another company.
Our World Energy looks to be a young company in the industry. You want to consider the age when choosing a solar company because many of them risk not being around for their warranties. This could make things difficult for the consumer if the company you bought your panels from goes out of business.