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- Pennsylvania rooftop solar panels cost around $31,950 for an average-sized 9-kilowatt (kW) system.
- Solar panels in PA could save homeowners thousands of dollars in electricity bills over the lifetime of their solar systems.
- Your estimated solar savings depend on the solar system size, location, roof, panel type, installer, and more.
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Solar power FAQs
Residential solar panel systems in Pennsylvania cost about $31,950 for an average 9-kW system. However, the exact cost will depend on your location, local labor, permitting fees, system size and components, and solar panel types.
The federal tax credit and Pennsylvania solar incentives can help you save thousands of dollars on your solar purchase. In addition, solar system owners in Pennsylvania could save over $1,800 on energy bills each year.
There are hundreds of solar companies operating in Pennsylvania. It’s important to thoroughly research options before signing a solar contract for solar panels in PA. SaveOnEnergy can help you find a quality, vetted solar panel installer. To get started, enter your information or call the number on your screen, and we’ll connect you with a solar installer in your area.
Solar is a renewable energy resource. Unlike traditional electricity generation, solar generation doesn’t emit harmful greenhouse gasses into the air. As a result, installing solar systems in Pennsylvania homes can reduce your carbon footprint.
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