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Alabama Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

How much do solar panels cost in Alabama?

Written by Jordan Smith

Edited by Hannah Hillson

Last updated 10/11/2022

7 min read


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Solar panel FAQs

  • The nationwide median cost of a residential solar installation is $24,742. In Alabama, your price may be similar to this number. However, the total cost will also depend on the size of your home and your monthly household energy consumption. A reputable installer will assess your home before calculating a solar quote. 

  • Yes. Solar energy is readily available in sunny Alabama, and the costs have declined for over 10 years. The newly-passed Residential Clean Energy Credit makes it a great time to invest in Alabama solar panels.

  • Individual savings will depend on overall energy use and household usage patterns. Your biggest saving on energy costs is likely to be during the day when the sun is shining because you will not be using much (if any) electricity from the power grid. Net metering options can further reduce your electricity bill. Some residents can virtually eliminate monthly electricity costs by earning bill credits for selling excess energy back to the grid. 

  • Several solar panel installers operate across Alabama. You can take a look at their reviews and services online. To find a trusted and vetted solar installer without all the legwork, contact SaveOnEnergy today by filling out the form on this page. Regardless, always ensure you understand and agree to the installation terms before signing a contract. 

  • Yes. Solar power is a green energy that doesn’t produce CO2 emissions. Reducing the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere can help prevent climate change. Solar power is also a renewable energy source because the panels can generate power whenever the sun shines. It contrasts with fossil fuels, like gas and coal, extracted underground and burned to produce power.

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