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Connecticut Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

Written by Erin Gobler /

Edited by Madison Khalil

Last updated 01/06/2023

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Solar power FAQs

  • A full residential solar panel system costs about $31,550 on average, though your cost will depend on the size and components of your system, the local labor and permitting costs, and other factors.

  • Solar panels can be a great investment, but whether it’s the right choice for you depends on the amount of sunlight in your area and how much energy you use.

  • The amount you could save by investing in solar power depends on how much you spend on electricity. The amount you can save each year depends on the state you live in. Connecticut residents with solar panels save an average of $2,463.60 per year.

  • If you’re looking for a solar panel installer, we can help. Enter your information in the form on your screen and we’ll connect you with a solar installer in your area.

  • Unlike traditional electricity generation, solar generation doesn’t emit carbon dioxide that contributes to climate change and pollutes the air and water. As a result, solar power can help homeowners reduce their carbon footprint.

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