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Solar power FAQs
Expect to pay between $12,286 to $45,013 for a residential solar system. Indiana solar incentives and the federal tax credit can help lower the final cost of a home solar array. The cost of solar panels for your home will also depend on the size of your system, the type of solar panels (monocrystalline or polycrystalline), local permitting costs, and more.
Yes. By installing solar panels in Indiana, you can set yourself up for long-term savings. Solar panels can help keep your electricity rate stable over time and increase your property value.
It’s possible to save thousands of dollars on energy bills when you invest in solar. For example, the most recent data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) shows the average electricity bill in Indiana is $134.04 per month. Depending on your energy usage and other factors, using solar energy could reduce your monthly bill to nearly zero, which could save nearly $1,600 in one year. The overall return on your investment will take longer to recoup since you will still need to account for the cost of the solar system. Most homeowners see a payback period of six to nine years for their solar systems.
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Solar power doesn’t emit carbon into the environment, which makes it better for the planet than fossil fuels. Solar energy helps reduce your reliance on these traditional energy sources and protect the planet.