Our team is working tirelessly with state regulators to push for a simple, consolidated bill. For example, starting during 2021, residents of New York State can expect to receive a consolidated bill from their utility company that will incorporate all of the electricity charges, solar credits and discounts.
Until consolidated billing becomes available in your state, you will be receiving two bills. One bill from your utility for your electricity usage with solar credits applied, and another bill from Solar Simplified for the cost of the solar credits, with a guaranteed 10% discount.
Example 1: (Assumption: solar credits offset full utility bill)
Utility bill: $100 utility bill - $100 solar credits = $0 remaining on utility bill;
Solar Simplified bill: $100 solar credits x 90% = $90 owed for solar credits;
Example 2: (Assumption: solar credits offset partial utility bill)
Utility bill: $100 utility bill - $80 solar credits = $20 remaining on utility bill;
Solar Simplified bill: $80 solar credits x 90% = $72 owed for solar credits.