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Solar Power FAQs
The size of the solar panel system, panel type, and local installer charges can affect how much the installation will cost. The median cost in California for a solar array is $21,935 before tax credits or incentives. SaveOnEnergy can help you browse different installers to find the best price.
Solar power is a solid investment. While the upfront costs may be high, you could save over $20,000 in the 20 years after a solar purchase in Los Angeles. With energy prices rising over time — and current energy prices being quite high — cutting out those energy bills by generating your own electricity can save you significant money.
You can connect with a local installer by filling out our form. SaveOnEnergy works with local solar installers to match them with residents interested in solar. The solar installer will work with you to find the right system size and financing option for your situation.
Solar power is not an emitter of carbon dioxide like coal or oil. It draws power from sunlight, making it fully renewable. Installing solar can drastically reduce your home’s carbon footprint and decrease the carbon you put into the atmosphere. You can read more about how solar affects the environment in our resources on solar energy and solar’s renewability.