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New Hampshire Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

How much do solar panels cost in New Hampshire?

Written by Jessie See

Edited by Jamie Cesanek

Last updated 12/15/2022

7 min read

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Solar power FAQs

  • The median cost of solar panel installation in New Hampshire is $3.07 dollars per watt, or $25,581 per system. This price does not factor in the current federal tax credit of 30% or any state incentives available to offset costs. Your home size, panel quality, and the addition of a battery may influence the price.

  • Solar energy may be a good investment for your New Hampshire home if your location and roof will harness solar power. If your home has the capacity for adequate energy, compare the costs and benefits. You could save on monthly electric bills and potentially earn back the installation costs within a decade.

  • Your potential electricity bill savings will depend on your average energy consumption. Larger systems or homes with less optimal solar capacity may see smaller savings. However, homes that generate a lot of power can sell excess energy back for future bill credits. These homeowners are likely to save more with their investment.

  • SaveOnEnergy provides many resources for homeowners considering solar energy. Before signing a contract, research the company’s reputation. Check each of their customer service ratings and look for warranties. A quality installation company usually provides an extended warranty on their service. There are 55 solar companies throughout New Hampshire, including manufacturers and installers.

  • Solar power is an excellent source of renewable energy. Solar power plants do not emit greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. While fossil fuels increase pollutants in the atmosphere, solar energy helps reduce pollution. Solar panels are also minimally invasive to the surrounding environment.

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