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Oklahoma Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

Last updated 12/02/2022

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  • The cost of solar panels varies based on the size of your home, energy consumption, roof orientation, solar panel type, and other factors. You could pay between $12,286 to $45,013 for a system size ranging from 4.1 kW to 9.75 kW, before applying federal tax credits and other incentives.

  • While the initial costs can be expensive, you gain long-term savings. The federal tax incentive allows you to take a 30% credit off the initial expense, lowering your tax liability for the year. You also gain energy savings each month because you’re using a renewable energy source instead of relying on your utility. Lastly, solar panels can boost your home value by an average of $15,000.

  • Savings will mostly depend on your household’s energy consumption and solar system size. Oklahoma residents paid an average electricity bill of $ $143.91 as of October 2022. Using the national median, you could save about $17,400 after owning a solar system for 20 years.

  • Once you fill out the solar energy form, we pair you with a local installer. It eliminates the guesswork of finding a reputable installer since we do the homework for you.

  • Solar panels do not produce greenhouse gases or cause pollution. By going solar, you gain a sustainable energy source that reduces your home’s carbon footprint and can provide you with energy savings.

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