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How much does solar cost?

The cost and size of a solar panel system depends on your current and future energy consumption, your location, the types of solar panels and components to be installed, and the availability of rebates and incentives. Discount solar costs less than $2 per watt after tax credits and rebates.

Use this Solar Calculator for an online solar cost estimate.


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Solar Power Your Home


Solar panels generate electricity using photovoltaic technologies that capture the FREE energy in sunlight. Solar panels will produce power as long as there is daylight. Most parts of the United States have abundant solar resources to power the average home or business.
You can use this solar calculator to estimate the size and the cost of the solar panel array needed for your home energy usage. You'll need your total kilo-watt hours (kWh) used for the past 12 months. Check your electric bills or contact your local utility for your kWh used.
Before investing, however, you should get a free home solar evaluation to determine your site's solar resources. Even if it reveals lower or moderate resources, solar power could still be viable financially, especially with attractive financial incentives, tax credits or utility rebates for solar panels.