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Our average solar energy system avoids 178 tons of CO2 emissions.

Why switch to SolarCity?

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Our coverage is the best in the industry, with repairs and a production guarantee at no additional cost.

  • How much does solar energy cost?

    Today, solar costs less than traditional electricity in many markets. We offer a range of payment options including installing a solar panel system for $0 down.   › more

  • How will solar panels look on my roof?

    In a word: fabulous. Our modern, low-profile design and premium front trim integrate elegantly into your roof. It’s a look that never goes out of style.   › more

  • How does solar power work?

    Our panels capture the sun’s energy, channel it through discreetly placed wires to an inverter, where it’s converted to electricity to power your home. When your solar power system produces more power than you need, it feeds the power back into the electricity grid.   › more

  • What are the environmental impacts and benefits of solar energy?

    It’s big. The average SolarCity solar power system will offset 178 tons of CO2 over 30 years*. That’s like saving the amount of fuel it takes to drive 390,300 miles, which would get you around the equator 15.7 times.   › more

  • What if I want to sell my solar home?

    We get it. You might not stay in your home for the next 20 years. And that's okay. If you move, we’ll be there to help transfer your solar power system’s contract to the new owners.   › more

We're backed by billions.

We’re revolutionizing the energy industry with the strong support of partners who have funded billions of dollars worth of solar projects with us. They know that clean, more affordable solar power is the bright solution for homeowners, their investors, the environment and the future.

Limitless potential.

For every megawatt of solar power SolarCity installs, our GivePower foundation will donate a solar power system and battery to a school without electricity.


We stand by our work long after we've put the solar panels up on your roof and you’ve turned on the power.