Solar Loans

Water and Power workers with solar panels

Solar power is like growing your own money

There is nothing like the feeling of watching your solar panels soak up the sun’s power and transfer it to your home as electricity. Except of course, the feeling you get when you see how little your monthly power bill has become. You are literally taking the yellow rays of the sun and turning them into green cash for your budget.

Owning your system beats leasing it

Leasing a home solar system is attractive to some because of the monthly cost. But what if you could own your system for basically the same low monthly payment and get the 26% Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) as well? That’s exactly what WPCCU’s Solar Loan was designed to achieve. 

A Solar Loan from WPCCU is an investment in your financial health that pays dividends with reduced utility bills and higher home resale value.

Learn more about the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

Quick and easy solar loan checklist

Going solar is as easy as the following steps:

  • Find a solar company for a complete solar system and installation.
  • Consider designing, purchasing and installing your own system.^
  • Contact us to help finance your solar project*. 
  • Enjoy your new system with savings from reduced energy bills and tax credits/rebates**.

Interested in solar loan?

All credit union loans are subject to credit approval. Property must be single family home owned by applicant(s). Borrower must provide copy of a valid purchase order or invoice for solar loan financing. Minimum $5,000 financing. Available for properties in California only. WPCCU membership required. Membership is available to individuals who live, work, worship, or attend post-secondary school in Los Angeles County. Maintaining a deposit of $25 in your primary savings account is required for membership.

** Please check with your tax professional.

^ You’ll need to follow local building codes and some manufacturer warranties require installation by certified installers.