Clean energy marketplace EnergySage just went US-wide

EnergySage today announced its expansion to all 50 states and Washington, D.C., becoming the first clean home energy consumer comparison site to go nationwide.

EnergySage was previously available in 41 states before it expanded. For over a decade, the company has provided a consumer comparison-shopping platform for rooftop solar. It has since evolved to include home energy storage, heat pumps, EV chargers, and community solar.

Consumers can request multiple quotes from vetted and accredited solar, HVAC, and electrical installers. The process taps into EnergySage’s in-depth resources and is free, unbiased, and straightforward. Importantly, consumers don’t get sales calls until they select an installer and share their phone number.

EnergySage also serves as a resource for clean energy companies and providers to grow their customer base, reduce costs, and simplify their sales processes. 

Charlie Hadlow, EnergySage president & COO, said, “We are incredibly grateful to our dedicated network of installers – most of which have been with us for many years – who have helped us expand our reach to the whole country.”

Read more: Here are 3 standout rooftop solar trends that emerged in 2023

Disclosure: While this is not a sponsored post, EnergySage is an Electrek affiliate partner.

Due to shifts in solar policy, renters and homeowners in many states are now able to subscribe to a local community solar farm. Community solar typically saves you 5-15% depending on where you live, it’s quick and easy to sign up (no upfront costs), and no solar panels are installed on your property.

Save money and help the environment by utilizing the EnergySage Community Solar Marketplace to explore all the solar farms available to you. They even have dedicated Energy Advisers to answer any questions you have about community solar and help you sign up. Subscribe and save here. –affiliate link*

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