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- The average solar system in Tennessee costs $3.58 per watt, or $39,380 for the average 11 kW system.
- Tennessee residents can benefit from the federal tax credit, which recovers 30% of your solar installation cost.
- SaveOnEnergy’s solar resources can help you learn more about the solar installation process and find a trusted Tennessee solar installer.
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Solar power FAQs
A typical residential solar panel system in Tennessee is 11 kW and costs $3.58 per watt. Installing a system of this size comes in on average around $39,380. This price doesn’t include the federal tax credit and other potential savings from incentives.
Yes. A typical payback period for an 11 kW system in Tennessee is 15 years. The lifespan of your solar panels can range from 25 to 30 years, so you’ll be able to rely on power and savings from your solar panels for well over a decade.
You can compare various solar panel installers online before making your decision. At SaveOnEnergy, we provide dependable solar resources to inform you about the solar market. You can talk to one of our solar experts to obtain additional advice by calling the number on your screen.
Solar power is a renewable energy source. No carbon dioxide is produced from solar energy generation. CO2 emissions from traditional energy sources like coal and natural gas contribute to temperature increases and may harm the local environment. Going solar can prevent adding to the detrimental effects of climate change.