Suncatcher Energy, BLLC is a solar energy provider serving residential, commercial, agricultural, and municipal clients throughout the state of Utah since 2015. The solar company is committed to lowering energy costs and making solar power more accessible and affordable for its customers. Suncatcher Energy accomplishes this through numerous financing options, as well as active participation in the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
Suncatcher Energy uses some of the best solar panels and solar inverters to build its solar power systems. Among the many solar panel manufacturers on the market, Suncatcher Energy has highlighted panels from Hanwha Q CELLS and Panasonic as their panels of choice. Both panels come with a 25-year equipment warranty and more than 20 percent energy efficiency.
The company also installs micro inverters from SolarEdge, an industry leader, which comes with its own 25-year extended warranty.
Depending on their budget and energy needs, residential customers can either opt to pay for their system out of pocket, or finance through a third-party solar loan. Suncatcher Energy has partnered with Dividend Financial to provide homeowners with immediate loans to finance their solar PV system. This loan requires zero money down and applies no interest for the first 18 months of the term, meaning customers can start saving with solar from day one.
Suncatcher Energy doesn’t just install solar energy systems; the company also provides additional home improvement services designed to reduce energy usage:
In addition to the manufacturer’s warranty of 25 year, Suncatcher Energy provides its own workmanship warranty also good for 25 years. A workmanship warranty covers the solar energy system in the event of installation errors. This warranty is considered industry-leading, and customers can trust that their Suncatcher Energy solar system is built to last.
Suncatcher Energy conducts a thorough energy audit for every new solar project. This includes a complete walkthrough of the home or facility, an inspection of current energy usage and waste potential, an examination of the utility bill, and expert-supplied recommendations complete with a cost-benefit analysis for making the switch to solar power.
Suncatcher Energy is an active member of the SEIA, the national trade organization for the U.S. solar industry. The SEIA submits a number of initiatives and advocacy projects aimed at raising awareness of climate change and the benefits of solar at a legislative level.
Suncatcher Energy is only available in the state of Utah. While single-state coverage is not at all uncommon in the solar industry, local companies may find themselves at a disadvantage to larger companies with a more nationally based brand. Promoting verified Suncatcher Energy reviews from actual customers can be an effective way for the company to separate itself in a highly competitive Utah solar market.
Mark Polson Salt Lake City, UT
1 year ago
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Feb. 22nd, 2021