The cost of solar energy depends on a couple of factors, such as the size of the system that you choose, the panel that you want, and applicable incentives. In most cases, solar energy costs anywhere from $15,000 to $35,000 before incentives and between $9,000 and $22,000 after federal tax credits and state rebates. It’s not cheap, but if we tell you that you are actually saving money by going solar, would you believe us?
Well, think about the amount of money you would spend on electricity in the next decade. Now the price of solar energy doesn’t sound that high, right?
You can also opt to finance your system. The monthly payment for the whole system will cost you less than what you would pay for your electricity bill. In addition, we will help you calculate your costs as well as understand every aspect of solar energy financing.