We are the “one stop shop” across all solar solutions!
Our expertise has no limits in developing solar, whether it is wind or shading issues, solar panel placement or install inquiry, or even rental or leasing constraints. We work well beyond the composite shingle model, and have multiple solar solutions beyond rooftop; including carports, ground mounts, and community solar farms.
Talk to any home owner and they’ll tell you that cutting expenses equates to more choices. Our job at Solar on Earth is to take a customer from not knowing to knowing. Our consultants will show you what’s best for your particular situation. As an authorized dealer for Sunpower Corporation, Solar On Earth will offer each homeowner unprecedented quality equipment, installation, service and financing options that best suit the customer, rather than the installation company.
Each State has its own set of governing rules, which prevent many other States from making solar viable. Massachusetts has been a top 3 solar friendly State for several years. At SOE our goal is to take each customer from “not knowing to knowing” exactly what each business or building owners benefits will be.
There is a paradigm shift in solar. No longer are panels clanky and inefficient, no longer is solar cost prohibitive, and no longer is solar a risk. It’s definitive, it’s efficient, and it’s a smart choice for your business.
Have you been told you can’t go solar?
Own a business but you don’t own the building?
Aren’t fond of having equipment on your facility?
Want instant and guaranteed savings? At no cost to you!
Solar farms (sometimes known as solar parks or solar fields) are the large-scale application of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to generate green, clean electricity at scale, usually to feed into the grid. However, with Massachusetts law of virtual net metering, an opportunity exists for land owners across the state to either greatly benefit in owning their own solar farm or having a company like Solar On Earth build a solar farm on your property and we would pay you an attractive land lease for years to come.
Solar farms can cover anything between 1 acre and 100 acres, and are usually developed in rural areas.
Getting solar is so much easier than you might think. Your tasks are very limited. While project completion times can vary for numerous reasons, a typical home solar project takes about two-to-four months, conservatively, while commercial projects run four to six months or greater. Your involvement is limited to meeting with your solar planner, obtaining the loan if you’ll use one, signing a few documents, having an adult handy for the surveyor to do his/her work, and having an adult on-hand for the installation.
Most solar installers narrow your decision to one choice, however that doesn’t always benefit the consumer. At SOE, we pride ourselves on educating our customers on giving them true “options” that best fit their needs. Solar On Earth made its mission to offer a full range of solar adoption options.