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Solar Topps Unveils a New Zero-Money-Down Residential Leasing Program That Offers the Finest American-Made Solar Panels and Inverters for the Lowest Price in Arizona, Which Will Outperform Any Other Solar Leasing Company's Solar Lease Program


June 16, 2011 - Tucson, AZ

Solar Topps (http://www.solartopps.com/arizona/az-residential-solar-lease-program/index.aspx) announced a new zero-money-down solar leasing program for residential customers that will allow homeowners to lease a 9,000 kWh system for approximately $60 per month, which comes with a written solar power production guarantee. This will allow residential customers to produce $1,200 of free solar electricity every year for the next 20 years. Leasing a solar power array should save the average customer approximately $480 per year on their electricity bill. Customers can save even more money by installing a larger solar power array.

Solar Topps does not collect a deposit, a down payment or make the customer jump through a bunch of financial hurdles. The only thing the customer needs to do to get started is fax their last 12 electricity bills to Solar Topps' secure fax line at (480) 940-1206.

Solar Topps will be offering the zero money down Residential Solar Lease program to the following cities in Arizona: Ahwatukee, Apache Junction, Avondale, Bisbee, Buckeye, Bullhead City, Casa Grande, Cave Creek, Chandler, Chino Valley, Coolidge, Cornville, Cottonwood, El Mirage, Flagstaff, Florence, Ft. Huachuca, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Golden Valley, Goodyear, Green Valley, Higley, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Laveen, Litchfield Park, Marana, Maricopa, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Payson, Peoria, Phoenix, Prescott, Queen Creek, Safford, Sahuarita, Scottsdale, Sedona, Sierra Vista, Sun City, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Tucson, Vail, Yuma and other smaller Arizona cities and towns.

Solar Topps utilizes APS, SRP and TEP solar rebates, Arizona's personal solar tax credit and a federal solar tax incentive to pay for most of the system's cost. Solar Topps allows the customer to finance the remaining costs and pay for the solar power array with the savings achieved by producing their own free clean solar electricity.

Replacing expensive dirty power generated by burning coal and natural gas, which emits poisonous air pollution, with free clean solar electricity is very beneficial for Arizona's air quality and allows Arizona homeowners to become environmental stewards. Going solar is the right decision to make for the safety and well-being of every family in Arizona.

Going solar not only makes Arizona a better place to breathe, but it allows families to protect themselves from future rate hikes and will save their family more than $9,600 over the next 20 years at today's electricity prices. As electricity prices continue to rise, so will their family's solar powered savings.

A 9,000 kWh solar power array generates approximately $100 per month of free solar electricity during the utility company's on-peak demand cycle when electricity is very expensive. From this savings the customer pays a $60 lease fee and puts the other $40 of savings into their bank account. Customers that want to pre-pay the lease upon completion of the system will receive an additional cash discount and have no monthly payments.

Depending on the customer's tax liability the customer might also consider buying a system outright rather than leasing. If a customer usually owes taxes at the end of the year, then they should buy a system. If they do not owe taxes, then a solar lease is the cheapest and easiest way to install a solar system with absolutely no upfront costs.

Solar Topps provides a 25-year warranty on the solar panels, and the rest of the system has a 10-year warranty on all parts and labor. Solar Topps installs 100% American-made zero-power-loss (-0/+5%) solar panels and 97% efficient power inverters and uses only skilled trade labor to install the solar power array.

Solar Topps make it very easy for customers to shop for solar without talking to a strong armed sales person. Using Solar Topps four-step solar research program, customers will be able to learn how much solar energy their rooftop will produce, whether a solar lease or a solar purchase makes more sense for their tax liability and find out what special solar pricing is available for their city.

Click on the following links to get started:

1. How much is your rooftop worth?
http://www.solartopps.com/how-much-is-your-solar-rooftop-worth.aspx

2. Find out what solar specials are available for your city
http://solartopps.com/arizona/az-residential-solar-lease-program/index.aspx

3. Decide which one is better for your family: Solar Lease vs. Solar Purchase
http://www.solartopps.com/arizona/az-solar-lease-vs-solar-purchase/index.aspx

4. Shop for a solar installation company that offers the lowest price for the best product
http://solartopps.com/whitepapers/how-to-make-a-smart-solar-power-purchase-decision.pdf

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Contact:
Robert Hoskins
Director of Marketing
Solar Topps
(602) 326-0940
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