Since 2010, Unleash Solar has installed tens of thousands of residential solar systems in the U.S. and Australia, making us one of the fastest-growing companies in the industry. At Unleash Solar, our mission is to rapidly change how Californians view alternative energy and educate every homeowner on how they can do their part to reduce carbon emissions: all while saving on their energy bills.Our commitment to clients is to offer them the finest in solar technology and equipment, at the lowest possible price. We specialize in saving our clients hundreds or even thousands of dollars off their electricity bills on an annual basis.From your initial solar consultation to financing the system, to engineering, installation and turning your system on, you’ll work with solar professionals with decades of experience and an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction.We look forward to helping you UNLEASH the power of the sun.
When you install an Unleash Solar system for your home, you take control of your electric costs, save money from day one, become energy independent and positively impact the environment.Aren’t you tired of seeing your electricity bills increase year after year? Do you ever wonder how much higher rates will go over the next 5, 10 or even 25 years? Are you ready to take control of your energy costs once and for all?If your electric bill averages more than $150 a month, you could be saving hundreds or even thousands of dollars for as long as you live in your home. America is undergoing a seismic shift in energy. We are now producing more oil than at any time since the early 1990s; we are awash in natural gas, which is helping push coal out of the market; and we have doubled renewable electricity in the last four years.Coupled with dire climate challenges and a shifting geopolitical landscape, there's a lot of change underway in energy. But this era isn't necessarily unique, explains Michael Levi, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. In this week's podcast, we'll discuss the realities of America's current energy transition — and how it compares to previous eras of uncertainty.