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Solar Alliance Southeast

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Solar Alliance Southeast was founded in 2003 and provides residential and commercial renewable energy solutions to homeowners in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois. The company has performed over 2,000+ successful residential installations and developed over 360 megawatts of renewable energy sources sold to utility providers. Free consultations are offered by Solar Alliance Southeast to interested consumers.

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The Good

  • Sunbox and Sunbox+
  • NABCEP Certified
  • Free Systems for Disable Veterans
  • Multiple Financing Options

Sunbox and Sunbox+

Solar Alliance Southeast offers homeowners two tiered packages that provide a comprehensive suite of solar-powered home improvements. The first is Sunbox, which includes premier solar panels from Canadian Solar, solar power optimizers from SolarEdge, solar inverters from Enphase, an LG Chem backup battery, and roof-mounting and racking through Iron Ridge. Each of these manufacturers is a leader in its respective product line, and combined, this system competes with any system out there in terms of reliability, performance, efficiency, and durability.

Alternative to the Sunbox package, customers could opt for Sunbox+, which provides all the same industry-leading components as the Sunbox package, with the addition of Generac variable speed solar generator. Customers also have the option to add a solar EV charging station to either plan.

NABCEP Certified

Solar Alliance Southeast has been certified by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). This certification indicates that the company has taken additional steps to educate its solar energy specialists through advanced training on the lastest solar installation practices and technological developments.

Free Systems for Disabled Veterans

Solar Alliance Southeast operates The Solar Alliance Southeast Foundation, which is a 501 c-3 nonprofit organization. The foundation provides disabled veterans with free residential solar energy systems. Further details can be explained by contacting the company directly and speaking with a customer service representative.

Multiple Financing Options

Solar Alliance Southeast offers multiple financing options for its customers. Qualifying homeowners may receive loans with no down payment and low monthly rates for terms of 5-25 years. Leasing and Power Purchase Agreements are also available for terms lasting 20-25 years. Performance solar energy monitoring is included and prepaid options are also available. Homeowners may also receive federal and state tax incentives as well as rebates from government programs and utility providers. Solar Alliance Southeast can help consumers with all required paperwork and will fully explain each option during a free consultation.


The Bad

  • Potential Installation Restrictions

Potential Installation Restrictions

Certain circumstances may restrict a homeowner from potential solar panel installation. Excessive shading from trees, immovable obstructions, and roof orientation are important factors that determine if solar panel installation is possible. Homeowner associations may also have regulation that prevent rooftop installation.


The Bottom Line

Solar Alliance Southeast provides free consultations and flexible financing options for residential and commercial customers in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Illinois. Solar Alliance Southeast also provides free solar panel installations to qualified disabled veterans. The company's partnerships with leading solar equipment manufacturers and NABCEP certification mark Solar Alliance Southeast as a true expert in the solar industry, and customers are encouraged to obtain a free quote to see if their homes qualify for solar power.

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Donald Beyer Spring Valley, CA

The only problem we had with this company had to do with what we were told by the sales person about upgrading our panel being included in the price. When it came down to the installation the company owner didn't want to do that. Finally agreed that our existing panel could be used based on info received from my own licensed electrician. We have been enjoying minimal electric bills now since 2012 and very happy.

3 years ago

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Ken Bailey Santee, CA

I am a disabled Vietnam Veteran and had to pay for my panels. Told me my roof was in very good shape (lie). Now after 3 1/2 years later I need a new roof. Solar Alliance's installer Solar West now wants me to pay them $6000.00 to remove the solar panels and replace them after I pay for a new roof to be installed. ($10,500.00) a total cost of $16,500.00. I feel Solar Alliance and Solar West should cover those costs since they told me my roof was just fine. As a disabled Veteran age 74, I cannot afford this.

3 years ago

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