Our team of local solar contractors are committed to helping homeowners and business owners throughout Pennsylvania make the switch clean energy.
By investing in solar panels for your home or business you can start to save money on electric bills, reduce your carbon footprint and begin to enjoy all of the other incredible benefits of solar energy.
Call our office in Swarthmore, PA today to get a free solar quote and learn about how much money you could be saving.
Call today to join the community of more than 1 million homeowners enjoying the benefits of residential solar energy in America.
Some of our most popular service areas in Delaware County include:
Upper Darby, PA
Newtown Square, PA
Do you have a property somewhere else in Pennsylvania? Don’t worry – we can install solar panels on homes and commercial properties throughout the State of Pennsylvania. To find out more about our other services areas in PA you can visit our Pennsylvania Solar Page here.
Residential Solar Solutions
Installing a residential solar PV system on your roof can be one of the best investments that you can make as a homeowner. Many homeowners in Delaware County are able to save thousands of dollars on their electricity bills over the lifetime of their system.
At EcoGen America, we are dedicated to providing homeowners in Delaware County, PA with affordable solar solutions and unrivaled customer service. You can find out more about our solar solutions for homeowners by visiting our residential solar panel installation page.
Commercial Solar Solutions
Are you thinking of investing in solar panels for your local business? Our solar contractors install commercial solar PV systems for businesses throughout Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Many business owners are turning to solar energy solutions to become a more eco-friendly company and take advantage of the financial savings that come with solar. Business owners who invest in solar panels are often able to save money on electric bills while attracting environmentally conscious customers. Additionally, companies that switch to solar energy can apply for lucrative green business opportunities, such as green grants and loans.
"So happy with my new solar PV system!I came across EcoGen America when I was looking for a solar panel installation company near me. I requested quotes from several solar installation companies and EcoGen America came back with the best price. Their team of solar contractors proved to be very knowledgeable and I felt much more comfortable knowing that the company has a local office in Delaware County. I highly recommend EcoGen America."
Rating: 5.0 ★★★★★
Upcoming Solar Energy Webinars & Local Community Events
How Much Do Solar Panels Cost?
Date/Time: Wednesday, April 12th, 2017, 6:00pm
In this interactive webinar, our team of solar contractors discuss one of the most frequently asked questions from homeowners who are thinking about switching to solar in Delaware County, PA. Understanding how much it costs to install a residential solar PV system is important in order to analyze your potential cost savings. Our team of experienced solar contractors will explain the costs involved in a residential installation and will answer questions about clean energy solutions for your home. This webinar will be hosted on Google Hangout. You can register for this event by sending an email to email@example.com with your contact information.
Delaware County is one of the most popular areas in the State of Pennsylvania for homeowners and business owners to install solar energy solutions. We’ve created a quick list of useful resources below for those thinking about going solar in Delaware County, PA:
This section covers all news about solar technology and clean energy coming from Delaware County, Pennsylvania:
April 7, 2017 – Google’s Project Sunroof Says 4 out of 5 US Homes Have Solar Potential
Google recently announced that its proprietary solar potential estimation tool, known as Project Sunroof, is now providing data for home’s in all 50 US States. Project Sunroof is a tool that estimates the solar potential of specific homes throughout the United States by using a combination of technology including Google Maps, Google EARTH and 3D modelling.
Google also announced that, based on data from Project Sunroof, about 4 out of 5 homes in the US have potential for solar power at the moment.
You can read more about Project Sunroof and the outlook for the US solar industry here.
February 27, 2017 – National Solar Jobs Census Shows Major Growth In PA Solar Industry
The number of jobs in the solar industry in Pennsylvania has increased by approximately 23% since 2015, according to the National Solar Jobs Census. The new report from The Solar Foundation showed that there were 2,498 solar jobs in Pennsylvania at the end of 2015, but that number grew to at total of 3,061 jobs over 2016.
Furthermore, employers in the solar industry expect the national industry to increase by at least 10% by the end of 2017.
January 18, 2017 – PECO Energy Co. Gives $10,000 Solar Equipment Grant to Community College of Philadelphia
PECO Energy Co. recently awarded the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) with a $10,000 grant for equipment to improve the study of solar energy analysis and energy‐saving strategies.
According to reports, the college said that the grant money will be used to fund the equipment for 150 students each semester. Specifically, the grant will provide the Community College of Philadelphia with state‐of‐the‐art solar energy-analysis equipment for the Architecture, Interior Design, and Building Science associate’s degree programs.
“As there is a rising demand for STEM expertise in the workforce, increasing the available resources for institutions of higher education has become critically important,” said Craig Adams, president and CEO of PECO.
December 7, 2016 – Pennsylvania Reopens $30 Million Solar Energy Loan Program For Applications
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf recently announced that the state’s solar energy loan program is once again open for applications. The program offers more than $30 million dollars in loans to promote the use of solar energy in the State of Pennsylvania.
“The Solar Energy Program provides loans for an array of solar projects, including facilities to generate, distribute or store solar energy; manufacturing or assembly facilities for solar panels and other solar equipment; and the development or construction of facilities for the research and development of solar energy-related technology,” Wolf said in a statement. “These types of projects not only harness Pennsylvania’s solar resources to help accommodate the commonwealth’s energy needs but stimulate the economy and create jobs.”
To find out more information about this news story you can read the official press release here.