Solargain appoints RateSetter as preferred partner
We are proud to announce a new partnership with leading solar power retailer, Solargain. Solargain is one of Australia’s largest solar retailers, with nationwide market presence and over 20 years of experience.
Solargain has appointed us as its sole preferred finance partner, allowing Solargain’s energy specialists and dealer network to showcase our renewable energy finance offering to their customers. To date, Solargain has installed over 60,000 solar power and hot water systems across Australia and operates in over 20 locations.
RateSetter’s Head of Renewable Energy Finance, Louis Edwards welcomed the announcement stating, “We are delighted to partner with Solargain, a trusted and esteemed brand in the solar retail industry. Their broad reach across Australia’s renewable market is a testament to their credibility, and we are so happy their dealer network will be recommending RateSetter to clients for competitive renewable energy finance.”
“We want to connect with as many homeowners as possible and help them realise their goals of becoming energy and cost-efficient consumers. Partnerships with credible industry voices are critical to our mission of powering mass consumer uptake of renewable energy and reshaping Australia’s energy future,” Edwards said.
Solargain CEO Keera Single said, “Solargain is very pleased to partner with RateSetter for a finance offering for our customers. We believe this will enable us to offer affordable, renewable solutions to customers who would otherwise not be in a position to save money and save the environment with solar PV, battery storage, and efficient hot water solutions such as the iStore. RateSetter’s finance is competitive, flexible and transparent.”
We are on track to become Australia’s leading renewable energy lender, having funded over $50M in loans to date, resulting in CO2 emission reductions of over 40,000 tonnes to date. RateSetter is also the sole administrator of the SA Home Battery Scheme giving up to 50,000 South Australian households access to $100 million in State Government subsidies and $100 million in low-interest loans made available by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation. The scheme has added to RateSetter’s existing extensive installer network (over 500 accredited groups) and manufacturing partnerships (Tesla, LG and Sonnen).