Nevada Competitor Comparison: Blue Pacific Solar

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Blue Pacific Solar Nevada Competitor Comparison

Determining which solar company to go with for your Reno home isn’t an easy task. Many considerations go into an in-depth solar company comparison, including ratings, reviews, products and services.

Solar Company Ratings

While the best reviews come from friends and relatives, most people don’t know someone who has worked with each of the solar companies in their area. Solar is usually a one-stop shop with no repeat business, so few (if any) solar homeowners have had solar equipment installed from more than one company.

Comparing the number of reviews to the rating can provide some insight. The ratio of good and bad reviews, recurring complaints and raves, and how companies have dealt with complaints help customers determine whether the company has recurring problems or one negative experience as an exception to the rule in their customer service track record.

Go Solar Group Ratings

Google Reviews

As of May 14, 2021, Go Solar Group’s Nevada services have received 4.7 stars out of 26 reviews. Four of these reviews gave below five stars, and two reviewed below four stars.

BBB Reviews

The Better Business Bureau has given Go Solar Group an A rating and 2.67 stars out of five reviews. It has received accreditation from the BBB since 2014.

Blue Pacific Solar Ratings

Google Reviews

As of May 14, 2021, Blue Pacific Solar didn’t have any Google reviews.

BBB Reviews

The Better Business Bureau has given Blue Pacific Solar an A+ rating and 2.8 stars out of five reviews. It, however, is not BBB accredited.

Solar Product Comparison

The solar industry boomed over the past several years, many new solar technologies emerged, making consumers’ understanding of all the new products and improvements more difficult. The products used also impact the price. Only comparing the price of a high-quality solar panel with a module with lower wattage and durability isn’t a fair comparison.

Battery Backup

Go Solar Group Battery Backup Options

At Go Solar Group, we offer a variety of battery backup options. These include: 

  • Tesla Powerwall 
  • Goal Zero Yeti 3000
  • Goal Zero Yeti 1400  
  • Goal Zero Tanks 

Blue Pacific Solar Battery Backup Options

Blue Pacific Solar also offers several battery backup options. These include:

  • Fullriver AGM deep-cycle batteries
  • Trojan deep-cycle flooded lead-acid batteries
  • Rolls Surette deep-cycle flooded lead-acid batteries
  • SimpliPhi 3.5TM kWh 60 Amp deep-cycle Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) battery
  • OutBack Sealed AGM batteries 
  • LG Chem home battery


Go Solar Group Inverters

Go Solar Group’s inverter of choice is the SolarEdge. A string inverter with power optimizers is attached to each solar panel. While typically used for grid-tied homes, it can also connect to the Powerwall.

Blue Pacific Solar Inverter Options

Blue Pacific Solar has a large selection of inverters. They have separate inverter options for off-grid and grid-tied use. 

Grid-tied Inverters 

  • SolarEdge
  • SMA 
  • Enphase 

Off-grid Inverters 

  • Samlex America
  • Magnum Energy
  • OutBack Power
  • MorningStar

Solar Panels

Go Solar Group Solar Panel of Choice

At Go Solar Group, as part of our products, we use one solar panel for most of our installations. However, if requested or necessary for the project, we have premium solar panels as well. 

Solar Panel of Choice:

  • Axitec 315-watt half-cell monocrystalline 

Premium Solar Panels:

  • LG 
  • Solaria 
  • Silfab

Blue Pacific Solar PV Panel Options

Blue Pacific Solar offers a wide variety of monocrystalline solar panels, which include:  

  • Canadian Solar
  • Trina
  • Panasonic
  • Mission Solar 
  • Solaria


Services can make a more expensive company worth it or outweigh the quality of the products. However, which matters most varies drastically among customers.

Financing Options

Go Solar Group Financing

1. Zero-down programs

2. cash: ten percent down, pay the first half at permitting and the second at meter install.

Financing Through Blue Pacific Solar

At Blue Pacific Solar, customers can either pay with a credit card, through a bank wire transfer or a cashier’s check. They take Mastercard, Discover, Visa, American Express, and PayPal.

Pre and Post-Installation Solar Services

Services Offered By Go Solar Group

Go Solar Group handles all the steps for installing solar. We also help our customers with any questions or concerns after completing the installation.

Services Offered By Blue Pacific Solar

Since Blue Pacific Solar isn’t an installation company, they only sell the products to the customer. The customer has to install the array and make sure it’s up to code, which costs money and valuable time.

What Sets Go Solar Group Apart?

While Blue Pacific Solar offers low prices and quality equipment, it may not be the best fit for everyone.

Supporting Humanitarian Work

The humanitarian work Go Solar Group supports sets it apart from many companies. While for most helping others when making a purchase isn’t a deal-breaker, it’s worth considering. The owners started Go Solar Group after coming home from a service trip with Mothers Without Borders.

As a result of this trip, they started their own non-profit, now called 1heart1mind, and the private company solar company affiliated with the 1heart1mind entity, Go Solar Group. Together these two organizations have helped empower people in Uganda while providing independence for homeowners in America. 

Because of Go Solar Group’s focus on making a positive impact, a portion of every array sold goes to 1heart1mind. These contributions help people in Uganda afford solar for their homes, which replaces toxic kerosene lamps, paraffin lanterns, and other unviable power sources.

Solar Installation as a Service Solar Service

At Go Solar Group, we want our customers to have a smooth solar experience. While it costs more to employ professionals to take care of the solar installation, it makes the process far more enjoyable for the customer, regardless of whether they could have done it on their own.


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