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Here are the next steps to save big:

1. A solar or home improvement specialist will contact you to verify information. Make sure to answer!

2. You will be asked a few simple questions to determine if your home is right for solar or other related products.

3. If you qualify, you may receive an appointment to get more specific details on solar for your home.

System Options

Solar Purchases

Buy solar panels outright and see IMMEDIATE MONTHLY SAVINGS on your power bill.

Solar Loan

Pay for your panels over time with an AFFORDABLE MONTHLY PAYMENT.

Solar PPA

Go solar for NO UPFRONT COSTS and lock-in low energy rates.

Solar Lease

Lease solar panels for NO MONEY DOWN and get guaranteed solar protection.

Important Questions To Ask Your Installer:

Expected System Output: Compare expected output of total solar power based on your information and according to National Renewable Energy Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy.

Expected System Size: obtain a recommendation based on your average monthly power bill and sized to meet 90% of annual electric demand.

Expected System Cost: compare vs. average cost of solar in [STATE] according to independent marketplace research below after rebates and incentives.

2 KW $5,980 $4,186
3 KW $8,970 $6,279
4 KW $11,960 $8,372
5 KW $14,950 $10,465
6 KW $17,940 $12,588
7 KW $20,930 $14,651
8 KW $23,920 $16,744
10 KW $29,900 $20,930
12 KW $35,880 $25,116
15 KW $44,850 $31,395
20 KW $59,800 $41,860
25 KW $74,750 $52,325

These prices reflect the cost of a solar energy system both before AND after deducting the federal solar tax credit (known as the ITC), which reduces your solar system cost by 30 percent. Some states, local governments, and utilities also offer rebates and other tax incentives that can further reduce the solar system costs in your quotes from solar installers.