Local Solar Company in Beaverton, Oregon

Located just seven miles west of the Portland metropolis, Beaverton rests in the Tualatin River Valley. Like neighboring Portland, Beaverton is one of the frontrunners of solar energy and eco-friendliness.

We at Sunbridge Solar are here to guide you through the process of solar energy system installation, whether you are looking to install at your home, farm, or business. We are proud to be at the forefront of the solar energy industry and our goal is help you as Pacific Northwest resident to implement high quality solar in a way that benefits you as well as the environment on a local and global scale.

If you are hoping to reduce your electricity costs, embrace a sustainable lifestyle, and/or make a smart financial investment, then Sunbridge Solar is here to assist you throughout the entire process. Contact us today to get started.


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Is Solar Worth It in Beaverton, Oregon?

Despite the Pacific Northwest being known for rain, solar energy is definitely still feasible and even profitable in the area. Our solar panels can collect usable energy even from the scattered light that is produced on overcast days, and the long summer days in the PNW are optimal for solar energy production.

Additionally, if your panels produce extra energy during the summer, you may have the option to sell that excess back to the grid or receive energy credits that you can use in the winter, when your panels produce less.

Oregon is also one of the best states in terms of solar energy incentives that can help offset the cost of installing the panels, so your panels will pay themselves off faster and you will begin to earn a profit if you are able to sell excess energy back to the grid.


Hours of Operations

Mon - Fri 8: 00 am - 5:00 pm
Weekends by Appointment

Contact Us

(360) 313-7190


Does Solar Power Work in Beaverton?

Despite being known best for the rain, Beaverton’s lengthy daylight hours in the summer make solar a terrific investment for your home or business. By being able to sell excess solar energy back to your utility provider, you will accrue credits to be used during the more cloudy months.

Current Oregon Solar Incentives

Depending on whether you are installing solar panels for your home or business you have access to different incentives. While both can take advantage of Energy Trust of Oregon’s cash-incentive, the federal solar tax credit, and net energy metering they follow different set of rules. To get a better understanding, learn more about each type.


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Sunbridge Answers Your Solar Panel Questions

Q: How Does Solar Energy Work?

A: Solar energy works by the solar panel converting sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. This electricity needs to be converted into alternating current (AC) to match with your utility power. This is done by an inverter converting the DC into AC electricity. After converted to AC, your home or business consumes what it needs and the excess is sent to your utility spinning your meter backwards (Read more: Net Energy Metering)

Q: How Long Do Solar Panels Last?

A: Solar panels installed by Sunbridge Solar are guaranteed to last for at least 25 years though they are engineered to last over 40 years. All come with a 25-year manufacturer warranty and free replacements.

Q: How Much Will I Save By Installing Solar Panels?

A: The amount of energy you consume monthly and the size of your solar energy system will determine your actual savings. A typical return on investment is usually about 15-20%. With little to zero initial investment and electricity prices increasing every year systems start paying for themselves immediately.

Q: How Much Will A System Cost?

A: The cost of installing solar panels depend on a number of variables. They are:

  1. Your roof’s solar potential (less shade the better).

  2. Your monthly energy usage.

  3. Your utility’s net metering policy.

  4. Available Oregon solar incentives (residential, commercial).

  5. Whether you choose to add battery backup or EV charger.

  6. And more.

You may have already tried out an online solar calculator to find out a “ballpark” estimate. However, these tools are not often too reliable because there are many variables to consider, such as tilt, panel type, and local tree shading. We recommend getting a free site consultation. We will create a proposal showing all the costs including incentives, local environmental factors, and more.

Q: Are the Prices Going To Drop In The Near Future? Should I Wait?

A: While equipment prices will likely continue to decrease slowly, the incentives impact the final price much more. The biggest and most effective incentive is the federal solar tax credit and will decrease at the end of this year.

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