Pink Energy, formerly PowerHome Solar (Out of Business)

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Updated: 11 April 2024

Installing solar since 2014

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2.24 from 548 Reviews

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Pink Energy, formerly PowerHome Solar (Out of Business) reviews

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Latest good review thumbs up

Happy! | Mount Sterling, Ohio | 09/10/2022


This company is real. Not only do they learn from their mistakes, they learn from them and continue to do the next right thing. Happy customer!

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Latest bad review thumbs down

paul bozard | Boone, North Carolina | 05/31/2024

PoS panels

These panels are garbage. Don't buy this crap. They do not work. I'm still on the hook for $ 63,000 and I can't understand why? They do not work.

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Disappointed | Riverdale, Michigan | 04/11/2024

Out of business who does the repairs now?

I was never contacted in any way to contact if I have issues with either the batteries or the box. Who am I suppose to contact when I have issues now?

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YOU LYING THIEVES! | Augusta, Georgia | 09/20/2023


These ppl are crooks to te fullest! Don't do business with them! They will steal you blind! AVOID AT ALL PERIL!

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A FOOL | Etowah, Tennessee | 01/04/2023



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Tony | Stafford, Virginia | 12/06/2022

False Advertising

When the salesman came out to make their pitch, he gave an impressive overview of what the system would do, what the process would be and what to expect. We even like the concierge piece to make sure we had someone to contact if we had questions. However, what he failed to tell us that the promise of the rebate check was a lie. We did not receive everything we were promised in the smart Power 360 program. When we fulfilled our part of the agreement to be able to receive the check nothing ever came. I reached out to him, customer service and their headquarters. To date, we have heard nothing from any of them. If I stopped making my payments that would be a problem because they aren't the ones who financed us. I did not understand this and did not understand that because of that they were not legally allowed to obligate the financing company to do so. So now here we are in a contract where one side of the equation outright lied to get the sale, but the other side has to abide by said faulty sale.

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tim | Bellefonte, Pennsylvania | 11/17/2022

pink energy

Has anyone filed a law suit and whom did you contact in pa

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FURIOUS | Pearisburg, Virginia | 11/06/2022

Scam, theft, deceit

This company’s products don’t work, they don’t fix them, the pawn off issues on another company, they dismiss your Better Business Bureau complaints, they increase your bill, then they change their name so their terrible reputation doesn’t follow them. Do.NOT let them into your home or give them your money.

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Angela B | Rome City, Indiana | 10/26/2022

Buyer beware - fraudulent

I just received an email to sign loan papers for a loan I didn't approve or ask for. I met with a Pink Solar rep ages ago and after reading all the scams and fake panels they sell we never contracted this company. Randomly today, several months later, they filed for a loan I did not authorize or approve. I haven't heard from this company in months, I never signed anything to take on the loan or their services - they fraudulently tried to open a loan! Do not use this unethical, fraudulent company.

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Ryan Alban | Knoxville, Tennessee | 10/19/2022

Wish I never got solar

From the start there were red flags, the salesman told me that the solar system would produce year round and save us so much that we would be trading our electric bill for solar loan and that the power we don't use our electric company will put it in a "bank" for us and pull from our "bank" before charging us for power (when the local electric company came out to swap the meter I was informed that they did not "bank" my back power they just send it right back out on the grid), and that we would get a tax credit check that would cover a large majority of the loan, the loan payments started 5 months before the system was even initially installed. Once the system was installed it took another 5 months before it could be "fully operational" so at that point i had paid for almost a year for a non working system. After finally getting it "set up" I have called and asked what setting to put it on as well as some other questions and could never seem to get a straight answer, like none of their employees had any idea how the equipment worked, as of now I have had the system running for a year and I have not seen a change in my electric bill what so ever, the only way i know that my solar actually does work is the 3 or so times my neighbors power went out i still had lights and such. When it came down to it and I was told I would get the tax check that would cover a "good portion" of the loan, come to find out the "good portion" i was supposed to get was to maintain my loan at a lower cost, tax credit was about $2000, but what was never explained to me was that I had a certain date that i had to pay them $15000 otherwise my payments went up by almost $200. in the long run the solar panels have saved me about $50 over the span on a year and added about $400 on top of my energy bill

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Disabled in Illinois | Leaf River, Illinois | 10/18/2022

We were scammed

Salesman did awesome job selling us a deadhorse with many many years to pay . They took advantage of my disability from the start. System installed 12/21 never worked right since .all phone numbers never work . Even Generac seems to be blowing us off now which is sad because that was a big factor in us purchasing solar. Class action lawsuit maybe warranted here. Plus the " 14k incentive payment is a credit . Any attorneys out there with a professional opinion Thanks Disabled in Illinois.

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Greg Jones | Port Washington, Ohio | 10/14/2022

Solar never worked

Had installed in 2020 and hasn't worked yet. And we understood that we was getting a backup generator. So we are paying for a dead horse. Also was told by contractors that we needed a panel upgrade on our fusebox but the boss looked at pictures and said we didn't

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Service types

Residential solar - Grid tied

Commercial solar - Grid tied

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North Carolina - Mooresville

919 North Main Street, Mooresville NC, 28115


Virginia - Chester

13536 Charlotte Court, Chester VA, 23836

Virginia - Roanoke

7525 Hitech Road, Roanoke VA, 24019


Ohio - Cleveland

7700 Hub Parkway Suite #1, Cleveland OH, 44125

Ohio - Worthington

510 East Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington OH, 43085


Michigan - Grand Rapids

4652 Danvers Drive Southeast, Grand Rapids MI, 49512

Michigan - Chesterfield

56308 North Bay Drive, Chesterfield MI, 48051

Michigan - Troy

500 Stephenson Hwy., Troy MI, 48083


Indiana - Indianapolis

4496 Saguaro Trail, Indianapolis IN, 46268


Tennessee - Murfreesboro

730 Middle Tennessee Blvd Suite 10, Murfreesboro TN, 37129


Illinois - St. Charles

505 Tyler Road, St. Charles IL, 60174


South Carolina - Cayce

2109 Landmark Drive, Cayce SC, 29033


Missouri - Sunnyvale

209 Hughes Lane Street, Sunnyvale MO, 63301


Pennsylvania - Sarver

726 Ekastown Road, Sarver PA, 16055

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919 North Main Street, Mooresville NC, 28115