Sandbar Solar is the choice for residential and commercial projects
Locally owned and operated, Sandbar Solar & Electric has the largest and most efficient team of solar power experts in Santa Cruz County. We deliver the quality solar panel installations that businesses, organizations, and homeowners expect and deserve.
Local means everything to us.
Here in Santa Cruz, California, we know that everyone lives under the same sun, but we feel like every solar power system we install comes with a special dash of our local sunshine.
We help businesses, organizations and homeowners go solar — from San Francisco and San Jose all the way to Salinas and Monterey. Locally owned and operated, Sandbar Solar & Electric has the largest crew of expert solar panel system installers in Santa Cruz County. ➡︎ Learn more
Save 2 ways
Every solar-powered home may qualify for an Investment Tax Credit this year. Start generating your own free electricity PLUS get money back on your income taxes worth 30% of the cost of your solar power system. ➡︎ Learn more
We are solar power experts
All of our engineers, project managers and installers at Sandbar Solar & Electric are solar energy experts who have completed hundreds of solar panel installations in Santa Cruz and across the region. ➡︎ Meet our team
Going solar is easy.
Expertise. Value. Integrity.
Talk to anyone in the know about solar power in Santa Cruz County and beyond. We have a long-standing reputation for designing and installing large, complex projects. We handle smaller residential solar panel installations with our trademark efficiency and professionalism.
We do it all with our Santa Cruz culture intact – no corporate sales pitch. No confusing contracts. No hidden fees. We help you save money and the environment by installing high-quality solar power systems at highly competitive prices.
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Improving our community
The Santa Cruz Surfing Museum went solar thanks to a generous donation by Sandbar Solar & Electric. Our solar panel installation on the west-facing roof saves up to 80% of the museum’s annual electric bill. ➡︎ Read more