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Arkansas Solar Incentives: Tax Credits & Rebates Guide 2024
  • Written by Jordan Smith
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  • Edited by Jamie Cesanek
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  • Last updated 07/06/2023

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Key Points

  • The average cost of solar in Arkansas is $34,900.
  • Federal solar tax incentives can reduce the total cost of your solar installation.
  • Installing solar panels can lower your energy bills and benefit the environment. You can secure the best net metering rates in Arkansas if you apply for interconnection before Sept. 30, 2024.

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Solar Power FAQs

  • The average cost of solar panels in Arkansas is around $34,900 before any incentives, depending on the system size. Keep in mind that every purchase is eligible for a 30% federal tax credit, which reduces the average cost to $24,430. The exact cost of your solar system will depend on location, energy usage, roof repairs, and other factors.

  • Most residents will find that solar panels are a good investment in Arkansas. Investing in solar panels can help you save money on your energy bills over time, establish energy independence, and benefit the environment.

  • Solar savings happen over time. How much you save depends on the size of the solar array, your energy generation, and qualifying solar incentives. Households with high electricity usage or homeowners that earn net metering bill credits could save more. Increasing energy prices may also lead to greater overall savings.

  • SaveOnEnergy helps you find trusted solar installers in your area. Fill out the form on this page or call the number on your screen to talk to an expert and start the process today.

  • Solar power is a renewable energy source and doesn’t produce carbon dioxide. Traditional power generation uses fossil fuels like coal and gas, producing harmful greenhouse gases and contributing to climate change. Installing solar panels helps the environment by lowering your carbon footprint and reducing the use of fossil fuels.

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