Is a PPA transferrable?

Is a PPA transferrable?

If you sell your house, you may transfer the Agreement to the new homeowner or purchase the system. You may prepay the remainder of the payments due under the Agreement to make the transfer even more attractive to the new homeowner. Whichever option you choose, Solar Energy World will guide you through the process.

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