FranklinWH, a battery manufacturer that can back up whole homes, was recently added to the approved vendor list (AVL) for both Mosaic and Goodleap, two of the country’s most recognized financing companies. Combined, Mosaic and GoodLeap have provided more than $18 billion in loans for solar sustainable home improvements in America. Here’s a bit more on FranklinWH, which debuted in the U.S. at Intersolar this year.
FranklinWH installers can now provide customers access to lower interest rates, making energy storage more accessible and affordable.
“FranklinWH strives to ensure that energy storage ownership is an affordable reality,” says Gary Lam, FranklinWH U.S. general manager and co-founder. “Excellent financing lets our installer partners boost sales and simplify operations while offering the best rates to customers. Secure and innovative finance platforms from Mosaic and GoodLeap streamline that process.”
Working with Mosaic and GoodLeap, FranklinWH helps contractors expand their markets and increase their margins. Greater access to financing has revolutionized U.S. solar adoption. Through financing energy storage systems, homeowners can avoid rising utility costs, beat inflation, and increase power reliability — all part of FranklinWH’s vision of energy independence.
To achieve AVL status with Mosaic and GoodLeap, the Franklin Home Power (FHP) system underwent stringent due diligence including proven product viability, strong market acceptance and sales forecast, and long-term warranty specifications.
FHP’s powerful, integrated home energy management system consists of the aPower X battery — offering the highest lithium iron phosphate (LFP) AC capacity on the market — and the aGate X, an intelligent power control system that creates maximum home comfort.
To add the FHP solution to their approved home battery systems, FranklinWH-certified dealers must contact their Mosaic or GoodLeap representatives. To learn more about how to become a certified dealer or installer, please apply online.
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