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Primitive Power: Products, Pricing, and Reviews

Written by Caitlin Ritchie/

Edited by Hannah Hillson

Last updated 09/01/2023

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Key Points

  • Primitive Power designs and sells home solar panel systems and partners with installation companies in 32 U.S. states.
  • You can purchase solar panels from Primitive Power or finance the system with a loan.
  • Primitive Power offers additional home energy products, including smart thermostats and energy efficient light bulbs.

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Best for custom solar panel systems
SaveOnEnergy rating
BBB ratingB
Service Area32 states
Years of experience5 years
Financing options available

FAQs about Primitive Power

  • Primitive Power has been in business since 2018. The company has nearly five years of experience offering home solar systems. 

  • Primitive Power operates in West, Northwest, South, Southeast, and Northeast regions of the U.S. You can find Primitive Power’s full list of service areas on its website. If this company does not operate in your state, there are many other top solar companies to consider.

  • Yes, Primitive Power handles the permitting and inspection process. Correctly filling out and filing permits and scheduling inspections is crucial to a smooth and successful installation process.

  • While solar leases and PPAs are cheaper options upfront, you won’t own your system, will be ineligible for most tax credits and incentives, and will experience lower savings over time. These are a few of the reasons why Primitive Power says it does not offer solar leases.

  • Figuring out whether solar makes sense for your home is essential before signing a contract with an installer. A few of the important factors to consider are your energy usage, typical electricity bills, and how much sunlight your roof receives. SaveOnEnergy offers a variety of resources to help you navigate the solar buying process from start to finish. If you’re ready to take the next step, fill out the form on this page or give us a call and we’ll provide more details about how much you could save with solar.

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