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Residential Consumer Guide to Solar Power

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Version 4 - Updated June 2018

In an effort to make 'going solar' as effortless and streamlined as possible, SEIA has developed a Guide to Solar Power tailored for residential consumers. This 6 page guide informs potential solar customers about the financing options available, contracting terms to be aware of, and other useful tips. This guide will be updated regularly. For more information on SEIA's Consumer Protection practices and resources, visit our Consumer Protection resource center

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