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Mississippi Solar Incentives: Tax Credits & Rebates Guide 2024
  • Written by Alison Plaut
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  • Edited by Hannah Whatley
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  • Last updated 09/07/2023

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Key Points

  • The cost of solar panels in Mississippi has dropped by 54% in the last decade.
  • With federal and local incentives, you could reduce solar panel costs by 30% or more.
  • Solar panels in Mississippi cost an average of $34,540 for an 11 kW system.

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Solar Power FAQs

  • On average, the cost of solar panels in Mississippi is $3.14 per watt. Total solar arrays in Mississippi cost about $35,000, depending on the size of the installation. Interest rates can add to the costs if you take a loan for solar panels. 

  • Generally, yes, solar power is a good investment in Mississippi. On an average 11-kW system, you could save over $23,000 over the 25-year lifetime of the solar panels. Exact savings may depend on your location, the climate, and individual household electricity usage. 

  • Savings from solar panels can depend on the size of the solar system, the climate, the location of installation, and the efficiency of the solar panels. Generally, solar panel efficiency in Mississippi is high because of the number of sunny days annually. On an average 11-kW system, you should save over $23,000 or more over the lifetime of the panels.

  • Mississippi is home to several excellent solar installers. Be sure to shop around before signing a solar contract in Mississippi. SaveOnEnergy can help connect you to vetted, highly rated solar installers for your needs. Start by completing this form or talking to one of our experts at the number on your screen. 

  • Solar power is considered a 100% renewable, green energy source. Solar powers generate energy directly from sunlight and do not emit air pollutants like carbon dioxide as it is generated. For this reason, solar can help reduce your carbon footprint. When installed on a large scale, solar has the potential to reduce carbon emissions from homes and businesses, thereby helping the environment. 

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