HOW Net Metering WORKS

Homes without solar power have meters that measure how much electricity (kWhs) is delivered to the home from the electricity provider.  A Net Meter measures both the amount of electricity delivered to the home and the amount of excess electricity sent back to the provider, which was generated from solar and not used by the home.  Power produced from the solar panels is used by the home first, and if additional demand for the home is required then power is delivered from the grid.  If more power is produced by the solar panels than the home requires, the excess is sent back to the grid and shown as the amount of power (kWhs) received by the electricity provider on the meter.


Our Leasing options are by far our most popular offering. There are almost 12,000 customers across the country benefiting from PosiGen’s lease package, and it’s easy to see why it’s so popular:

• Energy Efficiency Upgrades Included

• Easy Monthly Payments

• System Monitoring Included

• No Minimum Credit Requirement

• Maintenance Included

• Install Included



If you’d rather purchase the system outright, we’ve got you covered. We offer flexible financing options and a cash discount. Some highlights of purchasing include:

• Install Included

• 12 Years System Monitoring Included

• Financing Options


• Maintenance and Monitoring for the Life of the Lease

• Over 13,000 Customers Installed to Date

• Everest System Racking*

• Solar Edge Inverters*

• Silfab Panels*

*Please note that systems may feature different components than the ones listed here