ROCKLIN, Calif. & BOSTON | April 16, 2015 — SMA and Sungage Financial announced a partnership that will pair Sungage’s simple-to-use solar financing products with SMA’s leading inverter solutions for the residential market.

An innovator in solar finance and the leading platform in the residential solar loan space, Sungage offers products that enable homeowners to save on energy and capture the financial benefits of solar ownership.

The Sungage Solar Loan does not require a down payment and offers flexible repayment terms. Sungage’s platform prioritizes ease-of-use for the trade professional, helping to simplify and speed the loan process.

SMA brings 30 years of experience, number-one ranked service, and innovative products that lower total cost of ownership while providing installers new revenue opportunities. In order to further support the growth of the residential solar market segment interested in ownership, SMA recognizes the importance of financing solutions that address consumer needs while making the process easy and profitable for professionals.

Henry Dziuba, President and General Manager of SMA America, said, “With our commitment to quality and service, SMA offers solutions that create long-term value for homeowners, which is paramount to helping installers remain profitable in a highly competitive market. Through our affiliation with Sungage, solar professionals can capitalize on quality and value in choosing their financing partner.”

Sara Ross, CEO and co-founder of Sungage, said, “At Sungage, we are focused on helping installers deliver the benefits of solar ownership to more Americans. Our platform makes selling solar ownership simple, easy and affordable. Our partnership with SMA allows us to share this offering with more installers and put the company’s inverter solutions in more homes across the U.S.”

Sungage will support SMA’s upcoming “More Power, More Profit” roadshow through participation and, in particular, sales training at select events. Installers interested in attending the roadshow should consult the tour schedule for details.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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