Energy Products

Who are the lending partners for Tesla solar?

edited November -1 in Energy Products
I am considering going with the Tesla solar and Powerwalls. But I cannot find any info on who the loans are with.
Can anyone provide info on the financing process thru Tesla?

Or is there another outside solar lender that you can recommend?

Or should we just go thru a local credit union?

Any tips?


  • edited November -1
    Mosiac is the main one, financed through Digital Credit Union. Rates are 4.99 for 20 years and 3.99 for 10 years. You choose your design, then they send you a proposal/contract. You sign that and they do a prequal. You find out instantly if you are approved and thats it. I would use their financing as other CU's wont be as competitive.
  • Please be aware that as of August 1st Tesla will only provide app-based monitoring services, after this date you will not be able to download historical data, graph real-time data, or view data for arbitrary dates. You will not have access to this data on your PC. Tesla has announced this change in spite of language in contracts that commits Tesla to providing "web-enabled monitoring" and specifically providing the PowerGuide monitoring service for the extent of the warranty period. For details see: You may wish to consider whether these are important features to you or whether you're interested in doing business with a company that appears to disregard contractual obligations.
  • edited June 2019
    I did financing through Tesla and the loan is from Technology Credit Union. Have had no problems with them at all.
  • edited July 2019
    I had a lease with Solar Systems what is happening now TELSA .
  • edited August 2019
    I have had a 9.88 kw Tesla solar system in place since August 2015, Order Number EN7104764, 22 Deacon Lane, Sudbury, MA. My solar system stopped producing electricity at the beginning of April 2019. As of late August 2019 it still is not functioning. The peak sun months of 2019 have been missed. Tesla has made several technician visits during the five months including installing a new inverter, having a few guys up on the roof checking the system. The system still doesn't work. Blame it on lack of sustained interest or incompetence, or both. Per the system lease contract, paragraph 4(c), I am not to be "...charged for Estimated Production when the System is not producing electricity due to Solar City's (Tesla) fault". I cut Tesla off from automatic debit billing from my bank account and refuse to pay their "Estimated Production" bills on the basis that it amounts to consumer fraud. They just billed me $237.42 for the month of July when no electricity was produced. In my estimation as an attorney their "Estimated Production" billing while a system is down due to Tesla's fault is fraudulent and is clearly subject to challenge, perhaps as a class action.
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