Yesterday online solar marketplace EnergySage announced a step to expand the offerings through its online solar marketplace by beginning to offer loan options directly to consumers, independent of their installer. The company reports that it has recently signed agreements with BlueWave, Renew Financial and Wunder Capital, which it says will enable all quotes submitted through the Solar Marketplace to feature the option of loan financing.
Wunder Capital is offering its commercial loan nationwide, while BlueWave is currently offering residential solar loans in Massachusetts and RenewFinancial is offering its RenewPACE product in California.
EnergySage says that while most of the installers on its network already offer loan products, that this move was motivated by the concern that some buyers were forgoing purchasing a PV system because their installer of choice did not offer suitable financing…
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