Project Earth Solar was founded to help make solar options for residential and commercial property owners more accessible and mainstream. After realizing the positive impact solar energy is having on the environment in general, Project Earth Solar was created to help people navigate what once was a complicated process. Each solar project taken on by Project Earth Solar will be managed by solar professionals dedicated to reducing or eliminating monthly utility bills in general.
Project Earth Solar establishes personal relationships with each client, ensuring that all needs and expectations are met. Having a solar system installed is a financial investment, but one that Project Earth Solar believes benefits everyone in the long run.
With multiple contributing providers, Project Earth Solar has created a seamless process to make solar a reality for as many people as possible. Since its founding, Project Earth Solar has helped clients across the country realize the benefits of solar while eliminating the headache generally associated with the permit and installation process.
Project Earth Solar utilizes a streamlined solar process. Instead of waiting weeks or months for updates on specific project steps, most Project Earth Solar clients have an operational solar system within a matter of weeks. Here is how the company does it:
By outsourcing elements of the project and divvying up the work, Project Earth Solar is able to cut down on the wait time and get systems operational as quickly as possible.
Warranties are standard within the solar industry. Since having a solar system installed does require a time and financial commitment, protection from warranties offer peace of mind. Generally in the solar industry, clients will receive a 25-year equipment warranty and a 10-year workmanship warranty.
However, with Project Earth Solar, clients can expect the following warranties and term lengths:
With Project Earth Solar, clients will receive one of the strongest and most comprehensive offerings of warranties within the solar industry.
With Project Earth Solar, the installation process is outsourced to contractors that are supposedly qualified to handle the work. This is also difficult to determine as each client will work with a different installation provider. There are a number of benefits of working with an end-to-end solar contractor. The communication lines are rarely crossed, and the company that designs the system also installs it.
For many potential solar clients, the equipment used during installation in an important factor in their decision. As a result, many competitors within the space will make it a point to highlight equipment partnerships or dealership relationships as a way of promoting what equipment is used during installation.
Project Earth Solar doesn't disclose its partnerships, making it difficult to determine the quality of equipment used in Project Earth Solar installations. Most solar companies work with tier-1 solar manufacturers, but it is unknown whether or not Project Earth Solar does.
Net metering is available through Project Earth Solar, and the company makes it a point to note just how net metering can benefit clients financially. However, some clients are interested in solar options for increased energy independence. That would mean that a solar battery or storage solution needs to be available. It is not publicly noted whether or not storage or battery solutions are available through Project Earth Solar.
Many solar installation companies are starting to incorporate battery or storage installation as many clients are looking for this source of energy independence.
A number of solar companies will solely work with clients who are planning to own the system. A few will only work with customers that purchase the system upfront and outright. However, owning a system is not the possible for all property owners which is why many companies offer leasing options and power purchase agreements.
Unfortunately for Project Earth Solar clients, there are no leasing or PPA options available. There may be options to obtain a solar loan, but it is difficult to determine how aggressive the repayment structure is. This limits who can afford a solar system through Project Earth Solar.