Zero Interest Financing Has Arrived

Learn how you can take advantage of our special offer

Participants can either take advantage of our $2000 SolarBC point of sale discount OR can apply for our SolarBC Zero Interest Loan to finance the full cost of the system and receive a smaller discount of around $500. The Zero Interest Loan is a special offer only available to SolarBC participants, through our finance provider, TD Canada Trust.

The typical cost of a solar hot water system is between $6,000 - $7,000, costs vary depending upon individual circumstances. With the Zero Interest Loan, there is no up front costs and the payments of approximately $110 per month are spread over 5 years. The SolarBC Zero Interest loan is only available to SolarBC participants who install solar hot water in their homes. You can apply online from the comfort of your own home and an approval decision will be provided within 24 hours. All aspects of the loan are administered on your behalf by SolarBC. Ask your registered contractor for more information or contact us at: 1-866-650-6527 or info@solarbc.ca

The approval process is easy. Once you have received a quote from your selected SolarBC contractor, simply fill out the loan application online, and we will let you know if your application is approved within 24 hours. A SolarBC representative will contact you to provide you with all the information you need, including the details of your loan amount, the incentive remainder you will receive from SolarBC and your re-payment terms.

All SolarBC participants are also eligible for $1,250 through the ecoEnergy retrofit program. To qualify you must have an energy assessment carried out before your installation takes place, and then a second assessment once the installation is completed.

*Please note our secure online application form is available through our loan provider TD bank, via Dealeraccess. Dealeraccess is TD Bank’s secure online portal to submit credit applications. All Customer Data is completely confidential and protected by 128 bit encryption and by Microsoft .Net security enhancements.

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