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Oklahoma Solar Panel Costs: 2024 Incentives and Savings Guide
  • Written by Saltanat Berdikeeva
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  • Edited by Jamie Cesanek
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  • Last updated 03/06/2024

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Key Points

  • After accounting for the 30% federal solar tax credit, solar panels in Oklahoma cost around $19,719.
  • The average cost of a solar panel system in Oklahoma is $28,170.
  • Most Oklahoma residents require a 9 kW solar system, larger than the national average of 8.6 kW.
  • The cost of a residential solar panel system depends on roof size, energy usage, installation fees, and more.

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Solar power FAQs

  • Oklahoma solar panels can cost around $28,170 or more before any incentives are factored in. The cost of your solar panels varies based on the size of your home, energy consumption, roof orientation, solar panel type, and other factors. 

  • Yes. The initial costs are expensive, but you’ll save in the long run. The federal tax incentive allows you to take a 30% credit off the initial cost, lowering your tax bill for the year. You’ll also save on energy each month using renewable energy instead of relying on your utility.

  • Your savings with solar panels will depend on your household’s energy consumption and solar system size.

  • SaveOnEnergy can help you find a reputable installer. Enter your information in the solar estimator to learn how much you can save by installing solar on your home. 

  • While you can install solar panels yourself, hiring a professional solar installer in Oklahoma is best. They know how to design and install a solar system by following local regulations and ensuring safety and maximum energy production. In addition, if you can’t provide proof that your solar equipment is properly installed and permitted, manufacturers might reject warranty claims.

  • Free solar panels are advertised as a way for homeowners to reduce their energy bills and carbon footprint. However, these offers can be deceptive and even scams. Solar companies claiming to provide “free” solar panels may ask you to sign a long-term lease or misleading loan. These agreements often have hidden fees and additional costs in the fine print of their contracts. Before agreeing to anything, research the solar company carefully and read any proposal’s fine print.

  • Yes, getting solar panels can be a valuable investment. They let you generate your electricity, reducing your reliance on utility companies and potentially lowering your monthly energy bills. Over time, these savings add up, making solar panels a cost-effective option. Solar power also gives you more stability during power outages or price changes and lets you manage your energy usage better.

  • Solar panels do not produce greenhouse gases or cause pollution when generating power for your home. Solar power is a sustainable energy source that cuts your home’s carbon footprint and saves energy.

  • In Oklahoma, solar panels typically last 25 to 30 years. However, the overall system’s lifespan depends on other parts, like inverters and mounts, which might need upkeep and replacement. The actual longevity of solar panels varies based on factors like the quality and brand of the solar panels, regular cleaning to remove dust and debris, and the degradation rate. Most solar manufacturers offer a performance warranty guaranteeing about 25 years of production.

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