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Arizona Solar Incentives: Tax Credits & Rebates Guide 2024
  • Written by Saltanat Berdikeeva
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  • Edited by Jamie Cesanek
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  • Last updated 11/28/2023

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Key Points

  • Arizona is the fifth-best state in the U.S. for solar generation and has huge potential for further growth in the solar industry.
  • The average solar system in the state is 8 kilowatts and costs $3.07 per watt, for an initial cost of $24,560.
  • Arizonans can use federal, state, and local incentives to lower the cost of their solar panel installation.

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Solar power FAQs

  • An average-sized residential solar panel system in Arizona costs $24,560. Your exact costs will depend on several factors, including the size of your system, your local labor and permitting fees, and the type of solar panels you choose. The price for solar will also increase depending on the specific system components (like inverters and generators) you pick.

  • Solar panels can be a smart investment because they help you save on energy costs and increase your home’s resale value. The abundant Arizona sunshine makes the state particularly suitable for solar generation. However, whether or not it makes sense for your home depends on a few factors, including your average energy usage, shading around your property, and weather patterns in your area.

  • If you purchase an average-sized solar system in Arizona (8 kW), you could cut out your monthly energy bill, which would immediately help you save money. For reference, the typical electricity bill in Arizona is $146.63 per month, which comes out to just below $1,800 per year. Based on those savings, your solar system would pay for itself in about 10 years.

  • Arizona has many reputable solar companies, each with its own advantages. Before signing a contract, it’s important to research and find one that matches your needs. If you need help finding a solar panel installer in your area, contact SaveOnEnergy today. Call the phone number on your screen, and we’ll connect you with a trusted solar installer near you.

  • Solar panels can reduce your home’s carbon footprint because solar generation doesn’t emit greenhouse gasses — unlike traditional electricity generation. This makes solar energy better for the environment than fossil fuels. On top of that, solar energy is a renewable resource, so it can be reused repeatedly without running out.

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