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- The average solar system in Kansas costs $30,060, before incentives and rebates, for a 9-kilowatt (kW) system.
- Net metering in Kansas allows solar owners to earn credits on utility bills in exchange for excess energy sent to the power grid.
- Your solar panel cost is influenced by system size, configuration, energy consumption, and more.
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Solar Power FAQs
Solar panels cost an average of $3.34 per watt, with a total average installed cost of $30,060 before taking tax credits into account. The cost of your solar panel system will depend on the size of your array and the price of installation. Options like leasing can help keep upfront costs to a minimum, although they may offer lower savings over time.
Solar panels require a high upfront investment but can offer significant savings over the lifetime of your solar panels. Considering that electricity rates across the country have risen in recent years, now is a great time to switch to solar energy.
Solar power is a renewable resource because it doesn’t emit carbon dioxide or equivalent carbon emissions. For that reason, solar power decreases your reliance on non-renewable resources to power your home. Installing a solar array is a direct and impactful way to lower your carbon footprint.
SaveOnEnergy can help you find trusted solar installers in your area. Fill out the form on this page or give us a call to receive a quote for residential solar panels. We can also provide an estimate of potential solar savings and your estimated payback period.