Qcells launch financing option

With the mission of creating a greener tomorrow with completely clean energy solutions, leading solar company Qcells has launched an exclusive finance partnership for its home solar, energy storage, and virtual power plant (VPP) solution, with ASX listed finance provider Plenti.
The finance partnership with fintech lender Plenti, will enable homeowners to purchase a market-leading Qcells’ battery system – Q.HOME CORE – either as stand-alone or bundled with Qcells solar panels, allowing customers to pay back the cost of their solar battery system over the course of up to 10 years with Plenti. These solutions were created to simplify the customer’s path to purchase as they look to reduce their use of fossil fuels, provide back-up power in blackouts, allow them to become more energy independent and mitigate against continuing electricity bill increases grid energy price rises.
On the announcement Plenti’s Head of Renewable Energy Louis Edwards says, “This partnership is another example of Plenti working with battery and energy providers to offer Australian households access to more affordable solar battery systems and faster and fairer finance. Accelerating Australia’s renewable energy transition requires industry stakeholders to work together to make customer propositions simple and easy to understand – this partnership with Qcells does just that.”
This partnership will also enable both Qcells and Plenti’s national network of installer partners the ability to offer consumers the complete package of a solar battery system, fast and fairer finance as well as unlocking the benefits of switching to Arcstreams’ energy and Virtual Power Plant (VPP) plans, operated by Qcells. As increasing electricity bills continue to cause bill shock, and significant unexpected electricity outages shake Australian homes, installers of solar battery systems want to be able to provide their customers solutions that make the decision simple, easy and affordable.
“The energy crisis is resulting in bill shock for so many consumers, and the global
demand for solar means that the price of solar panel and battery systems are unlikely to fall. With all of this in mind, the sooner that consumers are able to make the switch to solar with storage, the better – for their wallet and for the planet,” Mick Fell, General Manager, and the business leader for Qcells’ Arcstream VPP.

When combining their finance repayments with an energy plan connected to aVPP, consumers can consolidate their monthly energy outlays with one single payment, for 100% green energy, for less than their existing electricity bill. Fell added, “This massive simplification of acquiring and managing renewable energy is key to enabling more Australians to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and insulate against a turbulent
energy market.”

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