Turn sunlight into savings

Plus, $1000 rebate when you go solar with SunPower

Special Offer for AARP Members
Going solar is an easy way to reduce or even eliminate your monthly electric bill, while doing something positive for the planet. As an AARP member, you’re eligible for a $1,000 mail-in rebate with the purchase or lease of a SunPower® home solar system.1
It’s easy to go solar with SunPower
1. Free Consultation
An expert in SunPower® products creates a personal solar proposal for your home.
2. Installation
Our trusted network of SunPower certified contractors do all of the heavy lifting.
3. Activation
After inspections are complete and final connections are made, it’s time to shine.
Why SunPower
  • More than 30 years of solar experience and innovation

  • Highest efficiency panels you can buy2 so you can generate more of your own clean energy
  • Rated #1 for durability in third-party testing3

  • The industry’s best 25-year Complete Confidence Warrant
See What You Can Save
SunPower has flexible financing options, and qualified homeowners can get started for $0 down.

Find out if SunPower home solar is right for you.
1 Rebate terms: Before offer rebate costs will vary, depending on system specifications. Only available for new, first-time customers. Please check with your SunPower installer to confirm participation in this offer. This offer may not be applied to quotes on existing proposals or past purchases. Rebate form must be completed and returned to SunPower within 90 days of the final invoice date. Allow 6-8 weeks for processing. Other terms and conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See for more details.

2 Based on search of data sheet values from websites of top 10 manufacturers per HIS, as of January 2017.

3 “Fraunhofer PV Durability Initiative for Solar Modules: Part 3”. PV Tech Power, 2015.

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