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<ul><li> 1. The 144 System An Entry Level Solar </li></ul> <p> 2. Need helpselling solar? 3. thesolutionWipe out only the top tier...The 144Charges01/03/2009-02/03/2009Electrick ChargesBaseline Quantity364.80000 Kwh$6995Baseline Usage 364.80000 Kwh @ $0.11536101-130% of Baseline 109.44000 Kwh @ $0.13115131-200% of Baseline 255.36000 Kwh @ $0.24711201-300% of Baseline 242.71000 Kwh @ $0.35432Over 300% of Baseline178.83000 Kwh @ $0.44098 suggested retail 4. Why the 144? The 144$6995 1.44 Kwh DC (1.11 Kwh AC) is the smallest system that qualifies for the PG&amp;E rebate.suggested retailnote: this works with any company, but were specifically using PG&amp;E for this example 5. EntryLevelSolarBenefits System Financing 6. Up Front BenefitsUse existing assets no sticker shock benefitsattract the masses 7. Changeout vs. The 144 Time to Intall1 Day1 Day Out of Pocket$8-12K$11,220 for cutomers benefits before incentives Your Prot $2,500-$3,500 approx. $3K 8. Add to the package later benefits NowNext year 9. PaybackYearly Savings: up to $1,042 benefits 10. PaybackYearly Savings: up to $1,042 System Cost: $6995suggested retail afterrebates and incentives benefits 11. PaybackYearly Savings: up to $1,042 System Cost: $6995suggested retail afterrebates and incentives$6,995/$1,042 = 6.7 years benefits 12. PaybackYearly Savings: up to $1,042 System Cost: $6995suggested retail afterrebates and incentives$6,995/$1,042 = 6.7 yearsSystem buyback in 6.7 years benefits 13. PaybackYearly Savings: up to $1,042 System Cost: $6995suggested retail afterrebates and incentives$6,995/$1,042 = 6.7 yearsSystem buyback in 6.7 years After that, ROI of 14% benefitsThis is todays pricing! 14. the up-sellCharges 01/03/2009-02/03/2009 Electrick Charges benefits Baseline Quantity364.80000 Kwh Baseline Usage 364.80000 Kwh @ $0.11536 101-130% of Baseline 109.44000 Kwh @ $0.13115 131-200% of Baseline 255.36000 Kwh @ $0.24711 201-300% of Baseline 242.71000 Kwh @ $0.35432 Over 300% of Baseline178.83000 Kwh @ $0.44098 15. EntryLevelSolarBenefits System Financing 16. x8 system1. Solar PanelIngredients 2. Inverter 17. The 144 ingredientbreakdown systemmaterials cost to you: $6493 18. EntryLevelSolarBenefits System Financing 19. financing Costs and ROI 20. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 21. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 22. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 23. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 24. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 25. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 26. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 27. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 28. Costs and ROI Suggested Retail $11,220 Your Total Cost$7,220Material Cost$6,943Labor Cost $727 Your Prot $3,000PG &amp; E Rebate $1,225 Tax Credit Price $9,995 financingTax Credit$3,000 Homeowner Net Cost $6,995 29. Sameas cash financing6 months = 4.85%note: to include this int he price 30. Solarnow laterpay Customer Takes Tax Pays onlyAgrees Credit in remainder financingToday2010after filing 31. Now What?Whatd we learn? The 144 is a perfect way to introduce your end users to solar with a smallinvestment. If used properly, secures HVAC business. 1. Get trained2. Install 3. Use Our Support 32. Facebook: Green Power twitter.com/greenpowerusa 33. will be featured on Designing Spaces 20 Networks to be airedin April 2010. </p>