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Pennsylvania Solar Panels Pricing and Incentives

How much do solar panels cost in Pennsylvania?

Written by Erin Gobler

Edited by Hannah Hillson

Last updated 10/25/2022

6 min read

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As is the case in many states, solar energy has increased significantly in Pennsylvania over the past several years. Pennsylvania ranks among the top half of states for solar energy generation, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down.

Solar panels can help homeowners save money on energy costs and help the environment at the same time. Are you wondering whether solar panels are right for you? Keep reading to learn more about the costs and benefits of solar panels in Pennsylvania.

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Solar power FAQs

  • Solar panels generally cost between $15,000 and $25,000, but the cost depends on your location, local labor and permitting costs, the size and components of your system, and more.

  • There is the potential to save lots of money with solar panels, but they aren’t right for everyone. In general, solar power is a good investment for anyone whose home gets a lot of sunlight. Additionally, the more energy you use, the more potential energy savings you can see.

  • In the year that you purchase solar panels, you can save thousands of dollars using the federal solar tax credit. Additionally, you could save upwards of $1,000 or more on your energy bill each year.

  • We can help! To get started, enter your information on the screen, and SaveOnEnergy will help to connect you with a solar installer in your area.

  • Unlike traditional electricity generation, solar production doesn’t emit harmful greenhouse gasses into the air. As a result, installing solar panels on your home can reduce your carbon footprint.

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