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North Dakota Solar Incentives: Tax Credits & Rebates Guide 2024

Written by Luke Daugherty/

Edited by Hannah Whatley

Last updated 09/01/2023

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Key Points

  • Because every solar system is customized, the cost of solar panels in North Dakota will vary depending on equipment, system size, the installer you choose, and more.
  • With federal and state solar incentives, you can recoup thousands from the cost of your panels on your tax return.
  • SaveOnEnergy can connect you with a solar expert and help you compare solar companies to start your project today.

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Solar Power FAQs

  • Solar panels are often priced per watt, at a national average of $3.67 per watt. The average cost of a whole system is $31,558. Your installation prices can differ in certain locations, by company, by the type and number of panels you select, and more.

  • The return on your investment in solar energy in North Dakota depends on a number of factors, such as location, the number of sunny days per year, and your energy usage. Ultimately, you have to weigh the upfront costs against how much you’ll save over 20–30 years.

  • Savings with solar panels can depend. The size of the solar panel system affects how much energy you can generate and store — a bigger system means more energy. Also, if you tend to have high energy use, you would stand to save more per month on your electric bill. With net metering incentives, you can sell electricity back to the utility, meaning even more savings. Also, be sure you are getting the best solar battery and panels so that the equipment is efficient and lasts a long time.

  • North Dakota has several great solar installation options. You can learn more about installing solar on SaveOnEnergy. When you’re ready to explore solar for your home, request a phone call or call the number on your screen. 

  • Solar power is a 100% renewable, clean resource since it takes its energy from the sunlight without emitting carbon and other types of air pollution. Installing solar is one of the most direct ways to lower your carbon footprint. You don’t have to rely on sources of carbon pollution to heat or power your home.  

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