Schedule your free consultation with a Reliant Solar Energy Expert. This conversation will get your questions answered and help you determine the solar system that’s ideal for your home.
Start with a free assessment of your home with a Solar Energy Expert, and have all your questions answered. Afterwards, a preferred Reliant installation partner will install your solar system. Lastly, you’ll gain access to an exclusive introductory electricity plan.
Our solar power installation partners are carefully chosen, field-tested professionals who will handle the physical setup of your panels.
Partner installers are backed by years of experience in the details of rooftop solar: securing permits, mounting panels to homes of all sizes, and providing craftmanship backed by warranty.
Reliant is there for you every step of the way. Our Solar Energy Experts are available for any questions that arise, no matter what step of your home solar journey, making sure you stay updated.
If you already have solar panels, Reliant has renewable electricity plans that can help you make the most of your solar power. With the Reliant Solar Payback Plus plan, you’ll receive bill credits when your solar panels generate excess energy and return it to the electric grid.2
Your Solar Energy Expert will investigate the rooftop surfaces best suited for solar panels, as well as other features of your home that impact design. One section of the roof may get direct sunlight, for example, and another may be blocked by trees – each is important to factor into solar system design. You can expect your Solar Energy Expert to identify typical energy usage rates for your home, too.
There are many ways solar can help you save money! You can take advantage of federal and state tax incentives, which provide a tax credit of 30% of installation costs through 2032. You could also enjoy a lower monthly electricity bill, a higher home value (Zillow estimates that homes with solar panels sell for an average of 4% more on resale), and you may be able to receive credits for the excess electricity produced by your solar system. What’s more, Reliant can help connect you to third parties for financing options that help lower the upfront investment for solar panels.
Our Solar Energy Experts are committed to helping you find the right path to your solar-energized home, gathering information, exploring incentive programs available, and performing research on your individual location. The overall process may take up to 8 to 12 weeks.
No. Home Solar is only for a home’s roof.
The electricity your solar panels harvest from the sun goes toward all your household’s energy usage, including recharging your EV.
The electricity your solar panels produce helps to power your home. If your panels produce more electricity than your home needs, the extra electricity is delivered to the grid.
Solar energy production releases a lot less CO2 and other greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere than conventional energy production does. In fact, emissions are only created in making the solar panels and not when you generate electricity at home. Furthermore, the sun is a renewable source of energy, so with solar, you don’t have to worry about depleting the earth’s resources.
Even with solar panels your home is connected to the grid, so there is still the risk of neighborhood outages. That being said, a home battery storage system can keep a household supplied with electricity during outages. Our consultants can tell you about options for batteries that will fit your home’s electricity usage.
Yes. Reliant customers who already have solar panels can benefit from the Solar Payback Plus plan. You'll earn bill credits, applied to your monthly Reliant bill, when you send excess solar energy back to the grid.
1 Terms, conditions, and eligibility requirements apply. Plan benefits apply only during the contract term of the introductory plan, after which they may be changed or discontinued. Introductory plan availability is subject to change.
See Electricity Facts Label or contact Reliant for details on solar production credit amount. It may take up to 3 billing cycles after receiving Permission to Operate (PTO) from your utility to begin receiving credits. To receive bill credits, customer must have solar panels at the utility service address and an active interconnection agreement with the utility (or TDSP). Customer must have a meter installed and configured by their TDSP that measures the inflow and outflow of electricity to and from their home.
2 To receive bill credits, customer must have solar panels at the utility service address and an active interconnection agreement with the utility (or TDSP). Customers must have a meter installed and configured by their TDSP that measures the inflow and outflow of electricity to and from their homes. See Electricity Facts Label or contact Reliant for details on solar production credit amount. Credit value differs from the per kWh energy rate we charge for the electricity plan. It may take up to 3 billing cycles after receiving Permission to Operate (PTO) from your utility to begin receiving credits