Clean Energy Credit Union Registered Dealer Requirement
To provide better service to Members and contractors/installers (aka “dealers”), Clean Energy Credit Union (“Clean Energy CU”) requires that solar loan applicants work with a solar dealer who has been registered with Clean Energy CU (as a “Registered Dealer”).
Becoming a Registered Dealer
Our priority is to provide the highest level of service to our members and contractor partners, therefore we are inviting dealers to submit applications to become a registered dealer as our team has capacity. If you would like to be added to our waitlist, please complete this form and we will reach out to you when we have availability for you to apply.
Registered Dealers are independent contractors and are not affiliated with Clean Energy CU. Clean Energy CU does not endorse or make any representations or warranties with respect to the quality of work provided by Registered Dealers, and it is the responsibility of our Members and prospective Members to interview and select a solar dealer that meets their needs.
Clean Energy CU’s requirement that solar loan applicants must work with Registered Dealers is intended to help improve the quality, longevity, and customer experience for our Members’ solar projects. In addition, Clean Energy CU’s solar loan demand continues to grow rapidly, and so does the number of inquiries from new solar dealers. Onboarding and working with new solar dealers requires significant time and resources, and while we’re hiring and expanding our team’s capacity as quickly as possible, we also want to allocate appropriate attention to our current Registered Dealers, our growing non-solar loan demand, and our other Member programs, products, and services.